According to muslimsinbritain this mosque has a Deobandi theme, a capacity of 200, does not admit women and looks like this inside:
From the outside it still looks like a pub even though the new name has been painted across where it used to say 'Hanley Arms'.
It's grade II listed, and so the old wrought-iron signs survive, as does some very pretty moulding.
The Hanley Arms was built around 1850. In 1881 it was home to John Diggins, his wife Mary and their children Mary, Clara and Florence. I wonder if they liked the wrought-iron, or fretted that it was looking dated.
The transformation reminds me of a lot of things: of Simon Armitage's line about churches in Yorkshire becoming carpet warehouses, of the ghost signs you see all over London, of Odradek, and of how buildings outlive us.
If you use the mosque, please tell me what it's like. I'm curious.
Where: 440 Hornsey Road