This website serves Smallford residents and provides information about Smallford’s past, present and future. Smallford and its surrounding areas are steeped in history, including the aerodrome at Hatfield, De Havilland’s airplane manufacture, the world’s first jet airliner (the Comet) and much more.
Welcome to the Smallford Station & Alban Way Heritage Society homepage. On this site you will find all the latest information about the society, workshops and associated activities in one handy place. If you’d like to get involved or find out more, click the button below!
Smallford Residents’ Association announcements and information will be posted on this website. Please check it frequently for important news and updates. Here, you will find information about planning proposals, objections, and much more that concern the local community.
Latest Smallford News
Latest news for the local community of Smallford
Monday 10th April 2017 starting at 7pm Residents and members of other societies based in St Albans and Hatfield are very welcome to join us at the inaugural meeting of the Smallford Station & Alban Way Heritage Society in the Central Meeting Room of the McLaurin...read more
A Journey from ‘Bringing the History Smallford Station to Life’ to ‘Smallford Station and Alban Way Heritage Society’
1. Humble Beginnings As Chair of Smallford Residents’ Association, I was well-aware of the old station still standing on the Alban Way: however, we were totally unaware of what kind of state it was in. In February 2012, with the permission of the owners, O’Shea’s, we...read more
Experience Smallford Station in Virtual Reality (VR) by clicking the following link! All you need is an Android or Apple phone and a special headset, known as Google Cardboard. Although this sounds complicated, it's a matter of putting your phone in a special headset...read more
A striking artistic sculpture spanning the Alban Way between Smallford and Hatfield raised a not-so-simple Question for me, in the course of the 'Bringing the History of Smallford Station to Life' project. Looking at an O.S. map and ascertaining the sculpture’s...read more
Two guided walks looking at the history of Hatfield & St Albans Railway/Alban Way & Environs can now be booked using the Herts Direct website. A long walk on paved, mostly flat, foot & cycle path, with plenty of stops at points of interest, including a lunch break in...read more
The Alban Way has a new logo and an updated leaflet, which you can use to learn about the trail and the sites along its path. Simply click the image below to start the download (PDF 8MB).read more