Man with a van in Dartmouth Park NW5 5 Essentials Tips for Choosing a Reliable Moving Company Dartmouth Park NW5, Bloomsbury WC1, Clerkenwell EC1

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Places of interest in NW5


South Kentish Town tube station

South Kentish Town tube station is a disused London Underground station which was on the Northern Line between Camden Town and Kentish Town. The surface building still exists on Kentish Town Road, close to the junction with Castle Road, and is currently a retail unit occupied by the Cash Converters chain.

Tufnell Park tube station

London Bus routes 4, 134, 390 and Night routes N20.

Kentish Town station

After the bay platforms at Blackfriars station closed in March 2009, Southeastern services which previously terminated at Blackfriars were extended to Kentish Town (off-peak), or St Albans, Luton or Bedford (peak hours).[8] Trains south of Blackfriars services are operated by Southeastern crews, north of Blackfriars by First Capital Connect crews.[9]

Harringay Arena

In June, there was a short season of classical music events including a two-week stay by the Philadelphia Orchestra. The event was part of their hyped European tour. They were the first American orchestra to visit the UK since 1929. Financed by British theatrical impressario Harold Fielding, the tour was a critical success, but high ticket prices kept the post-war audiences away.[16]

Manor House tube station

London bus route 29, 141, 253, 254, 259, 279, 341, night route N29, N253 and N279.MTS all day

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