Edgware Rd

Edgware Rd (Circle line), London NW1 and Travelcard Zone 1. From its junction with Praed St, Paddington, Edgware Rd runs south to Marble Arch.

Edgware Road Guide

Edgware Rd’s

busy area of interest for us is its southern most section. From the corner of Praed St (which heads off to Paddington Station), it becomes a colourful cosmopolitan stretch of road down to its busy end at the corner of Marble Arch and the start of Park Lane. Edgware Rd’s close proximity to Paddington and it southern end close to Marble Arch’s Central line connection makes it easy to travel to if you have booked one of our Asian escorts. This guide may also help those clients who have never been to London before, plan their booking a little easier. Those of you who are experienced London commuters will no doubt breeze past most of this…

Edgware Rd transport services.

Edgware Rd has its own Tube station in the north where it meets the A40. It has 2 stations one north of the A40 (Bakerloo line) and the other just the other side of the A40 flyover is the station served by the Circle Line. Following Edgware Road to it southern most tip the road junctions with Marble Arch and its Tube station at the start of Oxford Rd. Situated around 2 miles to the east is Bond Street Tube station.

  • The Tube runs on the Bakerloo and the Circle lines.
  • Bus routes from Edgware Rd (Circle Line) include: 27, 18, N18, 205, and N205.
  • Bus routes from Edware Rd (Bakerloo Line) include: 6, 16, 18, 98, 332, 414, N16, N98, N18
  • Within 3 minutes walk is Paddington station and the main line routes makes strong connections with the entire west of England and UK.
  • Neighbouring London zones are Marble Arch & Paddington.
  • Edgware Rd is on the edge of the Congestion Zone area. If you are travelling to this area you will need to know the area well to avoid the charge. Because of this, it is probably best to suggest making Congestion Charge arrangements before travelling here to be on the safe side. Those who do not want to incur a charge we suggest parking in Paddington and advise caution choosing.

Places of Interest:

As far as attractions go, there are numerous things to do in and around Edgware Road, especially if you’re interested in art as there is the

  • Mark Jason Gallery which features works of art from upcoming artists, as well as prominent names in the art and crafts fields. 1 Bell Street, Marylebone, NW1. Just a few minutes walk from Edgware Rd Tube station.
  • Jason’s Wharf, Opposite 60 Blomfield Road, Little Venice, London W9. Canal boat rides along Regent’s Canal through the picturesque Little Venice area.

Background and history.

Edgware Road, a busy major road running through north west London. Beginning at Marble Arch and running all the way through to Edgware in Barnet. Edgware Rd has deep Roman origins as it was once a Roman road, evident in the fact that the road runs in a near perfect straight line for around 10 miles, something quite unusual in London. Along its length the route undergoes a host of name changes: Maida Vale, Kilburn High Rd, Shoot Up Hill, and Cricklewood Broadway to name but a few.

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