Category: District Line

Paddington to Edgware Road walk

This walk concludes the Wimbledon-Edgware Road branch of the District Line and covers the Circle Line and Hammersmith & City too

Bayswater to Paddington walk

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Tower Hill to Aldgate East walk

From Tower Hill station, we follow the signs for Tower Gateway station which takes us past part of a surviving section of the London Wall. The London Wall was first built by the Romans around 200 AD. While a few sections remain to this day, a particularly impressive part can be found on the short …

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Earl’s Court

Earls Court is a district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Ravenscourt Park to Hammersmith walk

Part of the District Line walks. Ravenscourt Road I walked out of the station entrance onto Ravenscourt Road – previously called Shaftesbury Road and also the former name for the station. Cross  King Street at the lights opposite the school and then turn right to reach Weltje Road, a road on the left here. Weltje …

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Wimbledon Park

Wimbledon Park station was opened by the District Railway on 3 June 1889 on an extension from Putney Bridge to Wimbledon.

East Ham

East Ham tube station is a London Underground station in the borough of Newham.

Blackfriars

Blackfriars station was opened on 30 May 1870, by the Metropolitan District Railway (MDR), now the District line.

District Line

Ealing Broadway to Upminster Ealing Broadway to Ealing Common walk Ealing Common to Acton Town walk Acton Town to Chiswick Park walk Chiswick Park to Turnham Green walk Turnham Green to Stamford Brook walk Stamford Brook to Ravenscourt Park walk Ravenscourt Park to Hammersmith walk Hammersmith to Barons Court walk Barons Court to West Kensington …

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South Kensington to Sloane Square walk

We starting outside South Kensington station at the Exhibition Road entrance. This area has a very French atmosphere mainly due to the proliferation of French organisations around these parts… We start off on the very non-descript Thurloe Place – named after John Thurloe, a secretary to the council of state during the Oliver Cromwell period …

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