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9 stops
Beckton Community
 [ Northbound to Stratford ]
to Stratford Community
 [ Eastbound to Ealing Broadway ]
 2—Mile EndCommunity
 2—Bethnal GreenCommunity
 1—Liverpool Street Community
 1—Bank Community
 1—St. Paul'sCommunity
 1—Chancery LaneCommunity
 1—HolbornCommunity
 1—Tottenham Court RoadCommunity
to Tottenham Court RoadCommunity
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Roman Road Market at Mile End Community

Romanroad In the middle of the Eastend's Tower Hamlet is this old market with a French twist. This used to be the main road for the Roman to get to Londinium, but is now put ot good use for the descendants of Queen Boudicea.

by David at 03 Jul 2006 21:24:54

Millenium Bridge at St. Paul's Community

Milleniumbridge

Spans across the Thames from St. Paul's to the Tate Modern. Although it suffered certain engineering problems when first opened, they have all been rectified now. This is a footbridge and is a great way to cross the river between two famous landmarks.


by David at 02 Jul 2006 16:22:13

James Smith & Sons Umbrella Shop at Tottenham Court Road Community

Jamessmith It rains in London, everyone knows that. Next time it does, makes sure you own an umbrella that not only withstands the rigours of the Elements, it also has style! Try James Smith and Sons Umbrella shop, which has an eye popping range of the best, the most beatiful, and the sturdiest of umbrellas. You can also get a walking stick here while you are about it. Check out their extensive range at their website

by David at 02 Jul 2006 08:56:52
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