North Circular Road

Road which crosses North London, UK

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The North Circular Road is a 25.7-mile-long (41.4 km) ring road around Central London in England. It runs from Chiswick in the west to Woolwich in the east, and connects the various suburbs in the area, including Ealing, Willesden, Wembley, Finchley, Southgate, Edmonton, Woodford, Ilford, and Barking. Together with its counterpart, the South Circular Road, it forms a ring road through the Outer London suburbs. This ring road does not make a complete circuit of the city, being C-shaped rather than a complete loop as the crossing of the River Thames in the east is made on the Woolwich Ferry.

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Police are searching for two cars, both believed to be black, which failed to stop at the scene.
1 day ago • BBC News

Firefighters discovered the body in the three-storey derelict warehouse in Neasden.
Credit: BBC News - Published 6 days ago

Blaze at commercial building in Neasden blocking route to and from the M1
Credit: Independent - Published 6 days ago

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