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The London borough of Edmonton ads itself to the list of hosting more than one Greyhound Racing venue in its surrounds. It took place on Houndsfield a district found half a mile north east of Edmonton centre on a straight course. The track was situated along the rear gardens of Tudor Road and Tramway avenue, which lay just east of Hartford Road. Dates on how long it operated are yet to be determined along with further information. Elizabeth Ride now covers the site were the track once lay.

This 1935 map shows the track just above centre.
This caption printed in the local press dated October 13th 1930.
This caption was printed in The Greyhound Star dated October 1991.