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Places of interest in SW18


Earlsfield railway station

The following London Buses serve the station

London Borough of Wandsworth

There are also a number of bridges crossing the River Wandle which runs through the centre of Wandsworth town and divides the borough in two.

Young's Brewery

The company was founded as a brewery in 1831 by Charles Young and Anthony Bainbridge when they purchased the Ram Brewery in Wandsworth. The company closed the Ram Brewery in 2006, and the brewing operation was transferred to a new company, Wells & Young's Brewing Company Ltd, which is a joint brewing venture with Charles Wells Brewery. Though Young's own 40% shares in the new company, and there is an agreement for Young's to take beers produced by Wells & Young's, the new company is independent.[2][3][4]

Holloway Road tube station

In early July 2007, refurbishment works, as part of Tube Lines station upgrade programme for 2007-8, begun at Holloway Road station. The station was closed to the public over the weekend of October 13-14 and also the following Sunday (October 21), October 27-28, and November 10-11 and 17.[3] Other closures took place in early 2008 although these closures didn't clash with football matches at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium.

Caledonian Road tube station

The next southbound station from Caledonian Road was originally York Road. This station closed in 1932, but can still be seen from trains.

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