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18 stops
 2—Ladbroke GroveCommunity
 2—Westbourne ParkCommunity
 2—Royal OakCommunity
 1—Edgware Road (C)Community
  
  
 1—Baker StreetCommunity
 1—Marylebone Community
 1—Edgware Road (B)Community
 1—Paddington Community
 2—Warwick AvenueCommunity
 2—Maida ValeCommunity
 2—Kilburn ParkCommunity
 2—Queen's Park Community
 2—Kensal GreenCommunity
 3—Willesden Junction Community
 3—HarlesdenCommunity
 3—Stonebridge ParkCommunity
 4—Wembley Central Community
 4—North WembleyCommunity
Ladbroke Grove North Wembley
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London Central Mosque at Baker Street Community

Lcmosque Designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd. This distinctive building with the golden dome is the centre for Islamic culture and worship in London. Make sure you remove your footwear before entering. Official website www.iccuk.org

by David at 02 Jul 2006 13:08:31

Portobello Road Antique Market at Ladbroke Grove Community

Portobellomarket Do you have a keen eye for antiques which will fetch phenomenal amount one day ? Or maybe haggle for something which will look just right on the fireplace of your sitting room. This is the place to be for everything antique in London, or maybe in the whole world. Check it out at www.portobelloroad.co.uk

by David at 03 Jul 2006 21:06:04

Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum at Paddington Community

Alexflemingmuseum

Penicillin was discovered here by Sir Alexander Fleming in 1928, which scores a great victory against infectious bacterial infections. The official website is www.st-marys.nhs.uk


by David at 02 Jul 2006 12:56:45
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