A short walk down from Alexandra Palace station leads you to Cambridge House in Mayes Road.
This is a fantastic looking building, with a lovely copper-surrounded clock.
Retracing our steps, we then turn east onto Station Road, past the "I Love Wood Green" sign....
....and then left up High Road. Here at the junction with Bounds Green Road we find the church of St Michael's. I couldn't find any information on this building, so you will just have to look at the pictures.
Walking up Bounds Green Road you can look across Trinity Gardens to another church.
In fact this is St Mary's Greek Orthodox Cathedral, purchased from the Methodist Church in 1970.
I couldn't resist this shop of the clock through the empty sign frame of the closed The Prince pub.
Heading back south, it is time for a quick peek into the booking hall of Wood Green underground station.
The station, designed by Charles Holden, was built as part of the Piccadilly Line extension opened in September 1932.
Just to the south is a Morrisons supermarket, a company which is good at providing clocks on its stores. and the wood Green branch doesn't disappoint, although the design is not that exciting.
And then no more clocks heading south along High Road until we reach Turnpike Lane underground station. This one looks an awful lot like the one at Wood Green at first glance....
Were they originally the same and one set has been subsequently replaced?
Whatever the answer is, there is another completely different clock design down at platform level.
From where we jump on the Tube and end our little visit to Wood Green.