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Danny Welbeck among quartet of Arsenal stars out until after international break
Danny Welbeck leads a quartet of Arsenal players ruled out until after the forthcoming international break, Arsene Wenger today confirmed.

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/danny-welbeck-among-quartet-of-arsenal-stars-out-until-after-international-break-a3664036.html
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Google's AI invents new moves to beat humans at ancient Chinese game
Google's latest AI has taught itself to thousands of years of knowledge in just three days to beat human champions at an ancient Chinese board game.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/techandgadgets/googles-ai-alphago-zero-beats-humans-at-ancient-game-a3662511.html
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Chelsea vs Roma LIVE score: Uefa Champions League goal updates and team news at Stamford Bridge
Conte wants Blues back on track

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/chelsea-vs-roma-live-score-uefa-champions-league-goal-updates-team-news-stamford-bridge-a3662166.html
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APOEL vs Borussia Dortmund LIVE score: Uefa Champions League goal updates and team news
BVB need a win after two damaging defeats

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/apoel-vs-borussia-dortmund-live-score-uefa-champions-league-goal-updates-team-news-a3661066.html
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This is why the sun turned red and the sky looked strange today
If you’ve cast your eyes skywards today you may have noticed an unusual colour.

http://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/15599261.This_is_why_the_sun_turned_red_and_the_sky_looked_strange_today/?ref=rss
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Tesco staff in Sidcup and Orpington rescue elderly customers from iTunes vouchers scam
Police have warned of a scam in Bromley in which elderly and vulnerable residents have been conned into buying iTunes vouchers.

http://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/15594536.Tesco_staff_in_Sidcup_and_Orpington_rescue_elderly_customers_from_iTunes_vouchers_scam/?ref=rss
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Former Chelsea star Diego Costa 'better than Eden Hazard', according to Filipe Luis
Former Chelsea defender Filipe Luis has praised Diego Costa following the striker's return to Atletico Madrid.

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/former-chelsea-star-diego-costa-better-than-eden-hazard-according-to-filipe-luis-a3658376.html
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A Carshalton primary school has been forced to close after virus outbreak
A primary school in Carshalton has sent children home after an outbreak of a winter vomiting bug.

http://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/15593169.A_Carshalton_primary_school_has_been_forced_to_close_after_virus_outbreak/?ref=rss
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A man has said he fears for the safety of children and family pets after spotting a number of rats near his home.
A man has said he fears for the safety of children and family pets after spotting a number of rats near his home.

http://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/15590329.___Everyone_is_frightened_to_walk_around________man_bemoans_rat____infestation___/?ref=rss
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Who will Ireland face in the FIFA World Cup 2018 play-offs?
Ireland secured a World Cup play-off spot after leaving Wales in tatters on Monday night - but still face an onward battle to reach Russia.

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/who-will-ireland-face-in-the-fifa-world-cup-2018-playoffs-a3655291.html
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Ballon d'Or 2017 shortlist: Tottenham striker Harry Kane named on 30-man list
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been nominated for the 2017 Ballon d'Or after carrying his impressive goalscoring form into the new campaign.

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/tottenham-striker-harry-kane-named-on-30man-ballon-dor-shortlist-a3654051.html
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Kimberley Garner steps out with cute cocker spaniel Sasha
Kimberley Garner rocked casual glamour as she stepped out in London with her beloved cocker spaniel Sasha on Saturday.

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The trouble with getting lost in your own world | David Mitchell
The trouble with getting lost in your own world | David Mitchell

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/oct/22/cambridge-university-trigger-warnings-piccadilly-circus-targeted-advertising-david-mitchell
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A walk to Pinewood Studios to remember James Bond star Sir Roger Moore
This week our ramble down Memory Lane is a bit of a long walk as I take you to Pinewood Studios, which is located at Iver Heath in Buckinghamshire.

http://www.times-series.co.uk/news/15599065.A_walk_to_Pinewood_Studios_to_remember_James_Bond_star_Sir_Roger_Moore/?ref=rss
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A look at seven grisly west London crimes and criminals
From schoolgirl abductions to serial killers, west London has sadly seen it all

http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/west-london-news/look-seven-grisly-west-london-13792309
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Bromley is London’s second happiest borough - and here’s why
Bromley is the second happiest borough in London, according to a new survey.

http://www.newsshopper.co.uk/news/bromley/15604528.Bromley_is_London_s_second_happiest_borough___and_here_s_why/?ref=rss
VIEW THE WATFORD AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE WATFORD AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE WATFORD AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE WATFORD AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE WATFORD AREA IN THE 1900s
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Watford

Watford is the largest town in Hertfordshire, situated 17 miles northwest of central London. Watford tube station lies at the end of a branch of London Underground's Metropolitan Line.

Watford contains Cassiobury Park, a public park that was once the manor estate of the Earls of Essex, and Watford Football Club, a professional team.

The town developed from an Anglo-Saxon settlement between a ford of the River Colne and the crossroads of two ancient tracks. St Albans Abbey claimed rights to the manor of Cashio, which included Watford. The parish church of St Mary the Virgin was built in 1230 on the same site as an earlier Saxon church, along with stalls for a weekly market.

The town grew modestly - assisted by travellers passing through to Berkhamsted Castle and the royal palace at Kings Langley, with the main developments being the 17th century houses of Cassiobury and The Grove. The coming of the Grand Junction Canal in 1798 and the London and Birmingham Railway in 1837 allowed the town to grow faster, with paper-making mills, such as John Dickinson and Co. at Croxley, influencing the development of printing in the town which continues today.

Two industrial scale brewers Benskins and Sedgwicks flourished in the town until their closure in the late 20th century.

Today, Watford is a major regional centre for the northern home counties. Hertfordshire County Council designates Watford, along with Stevenage, to be its major sub-regional centre. The town contains the head offices of a number of national companies.

Watford was created as an urban district under the Local Government Act 1894, and became a municipal borough by grant of a charter in 1922. The borough had 90,301 inhabitants at the time of the 2011 census. The borough is separated from Greater London to the south by the urbanised parish of Watford Rural in the Three Rivers District.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Watford:   Watford is the largest town in Hertfordshire, situated 17 miles northwest of central London. Watford tube station lies at the end of a branch of London Underground's Metropolitan Line.


PHOTOS OF THE AREA
Four Cross Roads:   The Four Cross Roads, Watford photographed in 1905.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Addiscombe Road, WD18 · Albert Road North, WD17 · Argyle Court, WD18 · Arranmore Court, WD23 · Arthur Street, WD23 · Ashlyn Close, WD23 · Aston Close, WD24 · Aynho Street, WD18 · Balmoral Road, WD24 · Barclay Close, WD18 · Beechcroft Road, WD23 · Beechen Grove, WD17 · Beechpark Way, WD17 · Belgrave Avenue, WD18 · Bellmount Wood Avenue, WD17 · Belmont Road, WD23 · Bendysh Road, WD23 · Benskin Road, WD18 · Berceau Walk, WD17 · Bermer Road, WD24 · Bradshaw Road, WD24 · Bramleas, WD18 · Bridge Place, WD17 · Bridle Path, WD17 · Brightwell Road, WD18 · Brixton Road, WD24 · Brocklesbury Close, WD24 · Burton Avenue, WD18 · Bushey 36, WD23 · Bushey 55, WD23 · Bushey Grove Road, WD23 · Bushey Hall Drive, WD23 · Bushey Hall Road, WD23 · Bushey Mill Lane, WD23 · Bushey Mill Lane, WD24 · Byron Avenue, WD24 · Cannon Road, WD18 · Canterbury Road, WD17 · Capelvere Walk, WD17 · Caractacus cottage View, WD18 · Caractacus Green, WD18 · Cardiff Road Industrial Estate, WD18 · Carisbrooke Avenue, WD24 · Cassio Road, WD18 · Cassiobridge Road, WD18 · Cassiobury Drive, WD17 · Cassiobury Drive, WD18 · Cassiobury Park Avenue, WD17 · Cassiobury Park Avenue, WD18 · Charlock Way, WD18 · Chenies Way, WD18 · Cherrydale, WD18 · Chester Road, WD18 · Clarendon Road, WD17 · Clifton Road, WD18 · Clive Way, WD24 · Clyston Road, WD18 · Colonial Way, WD24 · Combe Road, WD18 · Coningesby Drive, WD17 · Cottage Close, WD17 · Cross Street, WD17 · Dalton Way, WD17 · De Vere Walk, WD17 · Derby Road, WD17 · Devereux Drive, WD17 · Devon Road, WD24 · Duke St, WD17 · Dumas Way, WD18 · Duncan Way, WD23 · Durban Road East, WD18 · Durban Road West, WD18 · Eastfield Avenue, WD24 · Ebury Road, WD17 · Elfrida Road, WD18 · Empire Centre, WD24 · Essex Road, WD17 · Euston Avenue, WD18 · Explorer Drive, WD18 · Farraline Road, WD18 · Fearnley Street, WD18 · Federal Way, WD24 · Fishers Close, WD23 · Francis Road, WD18 · Franklin Avenue, WD18 · Franklin Road, WD17 · Friars Way, WD23 · Fullerian Crescent, WD18 · Gade Avenue, WD17 · Gade Avenue, WD18 · Gade Avenue, WD3 · Gade Close, WD18 · Garden Close, WD17 · Gartlet Road, WD17 · Gate House Place, WD18 · Gaumont Approach, WD17 · George Close, WD18 · George Street, WD18 · Gladstone Road, WD17 · Glen Way, WD17 · Golf Close, WD23 · Grand Union Canal, WD17 · Grange Road, WD23 · Granville Road, WD18 · Greatham Road, WD23 · Grosvenor Road, WD17 · Grove Hall Road, WD23 · Grove Hill, WD17 · Grove Mill Lane, WD17 · Hagden Lane, WD18 · Halsey Road, WD17 · Hamilton Street, WD18 · Harford Drive, WD17 · Harts Close, WD23 · Hartswood Close, WD23 · Harwoods Road, WD18 · Hastings Way, WD23 · Hatfield Road, WD24 · Healey Road, WD18 · Heather Rise, WD23 · Heathfield Road, WD23 · High Street, WD17 · High View, WD18 · Highfield Road, WD23 · Highwood Avenue, WD23 · Hillside Road, WD23 · Himalayan Way, WD18 · Holm Oak Park, WD18 · Holywell Road, WD18 · Hugo Close, WD18 · Hunton Bridge Interchange, WD17 · Hyde Road, WD17 · Imperial Park, WD24 · Imperial Way, WD24 · Jellicoe Road, WD18 · Keele Close, WD24 · Kelmscott Close, WD18 · Kelmscott Crescent, WD18 · Kensington Avenue, WD18 · King Edward Place, WD23 · King George’s Avenue, WD18 · King Street, WD17 · Kings Avenue, WD18 · Lady’s Close, WD18 · Lady’s Close, WD18 · Lambert Court, WD23 · Lammas Road, WD18 · Langley Way, WD17 · Latimer Close, WD18 · Lincoln Field, WD23 · Linden Avenue, WD18 · Liverpool Road, WD18 · Loates Lane, WD17 · Lower High Street, WD17 · M25 J19, WD17 · Malden Fields, WD23 · Malkin Way, WD18 · Manhattan Avenue, WD18 · Marion Close, WD23 · Marlborough Drive, WD23 · Marlborough Passage, WD18 · Marsworth Close, WD18 · Maythorne Close, WD18 · Mead Way, WD23 · Merton Road, WD18 · Metropolitan Mews, WD18 · Metropolitan Station Approach, WD18 · Mildred Avenue, WD18 · Mill Way, WD23 · Millbrook Road, WD23 · Modena Mews, WD18 · Monica Close, WD24 · Monmouth Road, WD17 · Moor View, WD18 · Muriel Avenue, WD18 · Napier Drive, WD23 · Neal Street, WD18 · Norbury Avenue, WD24 · North Western Avenue, WD17 · Oakview, WD18 · Observer Drive, WD18 · Occupation Road, WD18 · Orchard Close, WD17 · Orchard Drive, WD17 · Oxford Street, WD18 · Pankhurst Place, WD24 · Park Avenue, WD18 · Park Avenue, WD23 · Park Close, WD23 · Parkside Drive, WD17 · Peace Drive, WD17 · Peace Prospect, WD17 · Percy Road, WD18 · Pine Grove, WD23 · Pinfold Road, WD23 · Pioneer Way, WD18 · Premier Place, WD18 · Pretoria Road, WD18 · Prince Street, WD17 · Princes Avenue, WD18 · Printers Avenue, WD18 · Public Footpath No 12, WD23 · Public Footpath No 13, WD23 · Public Footpath No 34, WD23 · Public Footpath No 35, WD23 · Queen Marys Avenue, WD18 · Queen’s Place, WD17 · Queens Avenue, WD18 · Queens Road, WD17 · Radlett Road, WD17 · Raphael Drive, WD24 · Reeds Crescent, WD24 · Reeds Walk, WD24 · Regal Way, WD24 · Rhodes Way, WD24 · Richmond Drive, WD17 · Rickmansworth Rd, WD18 · Rickmansworth Road, WD17 · Rickmansworth Road, WD18 · Robin Hood Drive, WD23 · Rose Gardens, WD18 · Rosslyn Road, WD18 · Roughwood Close, WD17 · Royal Connaught Drive, WD23 · Russells Nursery, WD17 · Ryan Way, WD24 · Salisbury Road, WD24 · Scammell Way, WD18 · Scottswood Close, WD23 · Scottswood Road, WD23 · Shady Lane, WD17 · Shaftesbury Road, WD17 · Shepherds Road, WD18 · Sheraton Mews, WD18 · Silverdale Road, WD23 · Siskin Close, WD23 · Smith St, WD18 · Sotheron Road, WD17 · Souldern Street, WD18 · Southsea Avenue, WD18 · St John’s Road, WD17 · St John’s Road, WD17 · St Leonards Close, WD23 · St. James Road, WD18 · St. Mary’s Road, WD18 · St. Marys View, WD17 · St. Pauls Way, WD24 · Stadium Way, WD18 · Stanley Road, WD17 · Station Road, WD17 · Stratford Way, WD17 · Stripling Way, WD18 · Sutton Rd, WD17 · Sutton Road, WD17 · Swiss Avenue, WD18 · Sydney Road, WD18 · Tavistock Road, WD24 · Temple Close, WD17 · Terrace Gardens, WD17 · The Avenue, WD17 · The Avenue, WD23 · The Chase, WD18 · The Copse, WD23 · The Gardens, WD17 · The High Street, WD17 · The Larches, WD23 · The Leas, WD23 · The Roundway, WD18 · Three Valleys Way, WD17 · Three Valleys Way, WD23 · Tolpits Close, WD18 · Trefusis Walk, WD17 · Trinity Hall Close, WD17 · Trinity Hall Close, WD24 · Tucker Street, WD18 · Venice Avenue, WD18 · Vernon Road, WD23 · Verulam Passage, WD17 · Vicarage Road, WD18 · Victoria Passage, WD18 · Walnut Green, WD23 · Walton Road, WD23 · Watford Field Road, WD17 · Watford Field Road, WD18 · Wellspring Way, WD17 · Whippendell Road, WD18 · Wiggenhall Industrial Estate, WD18 · Wiggenhall Road, WD18 · William Street, WD23 · Willow Lane, WD18 · Wilmington Close, WD18 · Woodford Road, WD17 · Woodford Road, WD24 · Woodland Drive, WD17 · Woodlands Road, WD23 · Woolmerdine Court, WD23 · Yarmouth Road, WD24 ·


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