London Road

London Road may refer to numerous roads throughout the United Kingdom.

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London Buses Route 117 - History
... This time it was just on Sundays and went via London Road, Spur Road, Syon Lane, Great West Road, Chiswick High Road, and Hammersmith, to Shepherds Bush. 24 January 1928 the route was cut back at Englefield Green because of road works ... the service was withdrawn east of the London Road junction with Thornbury Road in Isleworth ...
List Of Road Junctions In The United Kingdom: F - F
... Junction Name Type Location Roads Grid Reference Notes Fair Cross near Grampound, Cornwall B3287 unclass ... Falconwood Interchange Falconwood, LB Bexley A2 Rochester Way Relief Road Rochester Way Riefield Road 51°27′29″N 0°04′45″E / 51.45806 ... Interchange Ferrybridge, West Yorkshire M62 J33 A1 Great North Road 53°41′45″N 1°16′06″W / 53.69583°N 1.26833°W / 53.69583 -1.26833 Fields End ...
Leicester Campbell Street Railway Station
... Street station to be replaced by the present station on London Road ... largely in the previous positions, but with the entrance and main buildings fronting onto London Road ... the mayor in June 1892 when it was renamed Leicester London Road ...
London Road, Lethbridge - Land Use and Recreation
... Land use in London Road is primarily residential, with 80% of all uses being of a single family residence or single family with basement suite ... Parks in the neighbourhood parks include Kiwanis Greenacres Park Kinsmen Park London Road Park Kin Playground ...
London Road Viaduct
... The London Road Viaduct is a brick railway viaduct in Brighton, part of the city of Brighton and Hove in East Sussex, England ... It carries the East Coastway Line between Brighton and London Road railway stations ...

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