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Districts of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Lambeth

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Lewisham

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Merton

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Newham

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Redbridge

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Southwark

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Sutton

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Waltham Forest

                                               

Districts of the London Borough of Wandsworth

                                               

Braybrook Street

Braybrook Street is a residential street in East Acton, London. It runs along the west side of Wormwood Scrubs and the prison of the same name, and is close to East Acton Underground station. The street was named after a Bishop of London, Robert ...

                                               

Churchfield Road

Churchfield Road, Acton, runs north of and parallel to Acton High Street. At the eastern end is the level crossing of Acton Central railway station after which it becomes East Churchfield Road. The western end forms a junction of which the northe ...

                                               

Barnes Baptist Church

Barnes Baptist Church is a church in Lonsdale Road, Barnes in Richmond upon Thames, London. It is a member of the London Baptist Association. Barnes has had a Baptist church since 1866. The original chapel was located on Stanton Road. The church ...

                                               

Barnes Healing Church

Barnes Healing Church is a Christian Spiritualist church on White Hart Lane in Barnes in Richmond upon Thames, London. It holds services on Sunday evenings with a guest medium and also a Wednesday evening session of clairvoyance.

                                               

Catholic Church of St Osmund, Barnes

The Catholic Church of St Osmund, Barnes is a Roman Catholic church in Castelnau, Barnes, London SW13. Its parish priest is Reverend Monsignor Canon James Cronin. The church is affiliated to Churches Together in Barnes.

                                               

Lonsdale Road Reservoir

Lonsdale Road Reservoir is a disused reservoir in Barnes in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It is an 8.2 hectare Local Nature Reserve and Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade 1, owned and managed by Richmond upon ...

                                               

The Methodist Church by Barnes Pond

The Methodist Church by Barnes Pond is a Methodist church in Station Road, Barnes, London. It is affiliated with the Churches Together in Barnes and Churches Together in Mortlake and East Sheen.

                                               

The Terrace, Barnes

The Terrace is a street in Barnes, London, with houses only on one side, all overlooking the River Thames. It forms part of the A3003, and runs west from its junction with Barnes High Street and Lonsdale Road to the east, where it becomes Mortlak ...

                                               

Sport in Barnes, London

                                               

Caledonian Road, London

The Caledonian Road passes for about a mile and a half north-south through the London Borough of Islington. It connects North London, from Camden Road near its junction with Holloway Road, and central Londons Pentonville Road in the south. It is ...

                                               

The Lancasters

The Lancasters is a residential development in London, England, with 77 apartments, the majority of which face south with views onto or across Hyde Park.

                                               

Orme Square

Orme Square is a square in Bayswater, London, England, off the north side of Bayswater Road and on the north-west corner of Hyde Park, overlooking Kensington Gardens. It is named after the British engraver, painter, publisher of illustrated books ...

                                               

Beckton tube station

Beckton was an authorised railway station planned by London Underground but never built. It was to be located in Beckton in the London Borough of Newham, in east London as a station on an unbuilt extension of the Jubilee line. It would have been ...

                                               

City Chapel London

City Chapel London is a church in Beckton, East London. The church was founded and planted by Dr Jonathan and Abbiih Oloyede, who have over 15 years pastoral and ministry experience. It was founded in autumn 2008 in collaboration with friends and ...

                                               

Chapel Street, Belgravia

Chapel Street is a street in central Londons Belgravia district. It runs south-west to north-east from Belgrave Square to Grosvenor Place. No. 24 was home to Brian Epstein, the manager of the Beatles, who moved there in January 1965 from a flat i ...

                                               

Chesham Place

Chesham Place is a street in Belgravia, London UK, running between Belgrave Square and Pont Street. It is home to several embassies and has had many distinguished residents. It was first laid out in 1831, and includes a number of listed buildings ...

                                               

Chester Street

Chester Street is a street in central Londons Belgravia district. It runs south-west to north-east from Upper Belgrave Street to Grosvenor Place. The poet Algernon Charles Swinburne was born at no 7 in 1837, the eldest of six children of Captain ...

                                               

Ebury Street

Ebury Street is a street in Belgravia, City of Westminster, London. It runs from a Grosvenor Gardens junction south-westwards to Pimlico Road. It was built mostly in the period 1815 to 1860. Odd numbers 19 to 231 are on the south-east side, the o ...

                                               

Grosvenor Gardens House

Grosvenor Gardens House is a Grade II-listed mansion block at 23–47 Grosvenor Gardens, Belgravia, London. Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother may have been born there in 1900. David Niven was born there in 1910, and William Henry Blackmore killed hi ...

                                               

Grosvenor Gardens, London

Grosvenor Gardens is the name given to two triangular parks in Belgravia, London, faced on their western and eastern sides by streets of the same name. Both roads run roughly north to south from Hobart Place and Grosvenor Place to Buckingham Pala ...

                                               

Halkin Street

Halkin Street is a street in Belgravia, London, running south-west to north-east from the north-east corner of Belgrave Square to Grosvenor Place. Notable buildings include Forbes House, a Grade II-listed detached mansion at No. 10, built in the ...

                                               

Lower Belgrave Street

Lower Belgrave Street is a street in Londons Belgravia district. It runs north-west to south-east and begins as a continuation of Upper Belgrave Street where it meets Eaton Square. It crosses one through-street, Ebury Street, and ends in a t-junc ...

                                               

Motcomb Street

Motcomb Street is a street in the City of Westminsters Belgravia district in London. It is known for its luxury fashion shops, such as Christian Louboutin shoes, Stewart Parvin gowns, and the jeweller Carolina Bucci, and was the location of the o ...

                                               

Pont Street

Pont Street is a fashionable street in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London, traversing the areas of Knightsbridge and Belgravia. The street is not far from the Knightsbridge department store Harrods to its north-west. The street c ...

                                               

Belsize Wood

Belsize Wood is a 0.7 hectare Local Nature Reserve and a Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade II, in Belsize Park in the London Borough of Camden. It is a steeply sloping site divided into a northern half, which is always ope ...

                                               

Grange Walk, Southwark

Grange Walk is a historic road in Bermondsey in the London Borough of Southwark, in south London. It runs between Tower Bridge Road in the west and Neckinger in the east.

                                               

New Bermondsey railway station

New Bermondsey railway station is a planned railway station with permission granted on the South London Line of the London Overground network. It will be on the branch from Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction with through trains every 15 minutes bet ...

                                               

Morpeth School

Morpeth Secondary School is a secondary school in situated in Bethnal Green with nearly 1200 pupils. The current headteacher is Jemima Reilly. Morpeths pupils come from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds; over half are from Bangladeshi background ...

                                               

St. Margarets House

St Margarets House a community centre in Bethnal Green in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in London and was established in October 1889 as the Bethnal Green Ladies’ Committee, with Her Royal Highness Princess Marie Adelaide, Duchess of Teck, ...

                                               

Bounds Green Road

Bounds Green Road is a road in the London Borough of Haringey that runs from the junction of Station Road and the North Circular Road in Bounds Green, to the High Road in Wood Green.

                                               

Ackroyd Drive Greenlink

Ackroyd Drive Greenlink is a 0.87 hectare Local Nature Reserve in Bow Common in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It forms a green corridor between Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park and Mile End Park. The Greenlink is a linear site between Ackroyd D ...

                                               

Devons Road

The North London Railway established a large motive power depot at Bow around 1850, which was demolished in 1882 and incorporated into Bow railway works. Two larger locomotive depots were then built at Devons Road nearby. Devons Road No.1 shed Th ...

                                               

Bow Interchange

Bow Interchange is a busy grade-separated road junction in London, England, on the East Cross Route between Bow, Stratford, and Bromley-by-Bow and is located on the boundary of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and the London Borough of Newham. ...

                                               

Bow Road

Bow Road is a thoroughfare between Mile End and Bow, Tower Hamlets, London, England. The road forms part of the A11, running from Aldgate to Norwich in Norfolk. To the west the road becomes Mile End Road, and to the east is Bow Interchange on the ...

                                               

Grove Hall Park

Grove Hall Park is a 1.19 ha public park in Bow in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, East London. It includes play areas, a ball games area, and a small walled memorial garden. Grove Hall Park was opened as a public park in 1909 following its ...

                                               

Brixton Hill

Brixton Hill is the name given to a two-thirds of a mile section of road between Brixton and Streatham Hill in south London, England. Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill form part of the traditional main London to Brighton road A23. The road follows ...

                                               

Brixton Road

Brixton Road is a road in the London Borough of Lambeth, leading from the Oval at Kennington to Brixton, where it forms the high street and then forks into Effra Road and Brixton Hill at St Matthews church at the junction with Acre Lane and Coldh ...

                                               

Coldharbour Lane

Coldharbour Lane is a road in south London that leads south-westwards from Camberwell to Brixton. The road is over 1 mile long with a mixture of residential, business and retail buildings - the stretch of Coldharbour Lane near Brixton Market cont ...

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