Winnock Road, West Drayton, Middlesex

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West Drayton

West Drayton is an area in the London Borough of Hillingdon in the far west of London, England. Formerly part of the Yiewsley and West Drayton Urban District of Middlesex, the district became part of Greater London in 1965.

West Drayton station is on the original line of the Great Western Railway, and was opened on 4 June 1838 at the same time as the line.

From 1 March 1883, the station was served by District Railway services running between Mansion House and Windsor. The service was discontinued as uneconomic after 30 September 1885.

In 939 the area was known as Draegtun, meaning 'farmstead at or near a portage or slope used for dragging Down loads', or 'farmstead where drays or sledges are used'. It is recorded as Draitone in the 1086 Domesday Book, and as Westdrayton in 1465.

The former RAF West Drayton was host to a military air traffic control (ATC) centre co-located with the civil London Area and Terminal Control Centre (LATCC), but these functions have been relocated to Swanwick), with the last ATC functions ending in January 2008.


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West Drayton:   West Drayton is an area in the London Borough of Hillingdon in the far west of London, England. Formerly part of the Yiewsley and West Drayton Urban District of Middlesex, the district became part of Greater London in 1965.


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, UB7 · Admiralty Close, UB7 · Albert Road, UB7 · Almond Avenue, UB7 · Ashley Court, UB7 · Avenue Close, UB7 · Bagley Close, UB7 · Beech Close, UB7 · Bentinck Road, UB7 · Berberis Walk, UB7 · Betjeman Court, UB7 · Blackthorn Avenue, UB7 · Blossom Way, UB7 · Boxwood Close, UB7 · Bramble Close, UB7 · Brandville Road, UB7 · Briar Way, UB7 · Brickfields Way, UB7 · Britannia Court, UB7 · Broadway Parade, UB7 · Brooklyn Way, UB7 · Byron Way, UB7 · Caroline Close, UB7 · Chantry Close, UB7 · Cherry Lane, UB7 · Cherry Orchard, UB7 · Chiswick to Langley Special Road, UB7 · Coleridge Way, UB7 · Colham Mill Road, UB7 · Colne Avenue, UB7 · Copse Close, UB7 · Dell Road, UB7 · Donkey Lane, UB7 · Drayton Gardens, UB7 · East Road, UB7 · Eastwood Road, UB7 · EDISON CLOSE, UB7 · Elruge Close, UB7 · Emden Close, UB7 · Fairfield Road, UB7 · Fairway Avenue, UB7 · Fairway Close, UB7 · Far View, UB7 · Ferrers Avenue, UB7 · Fir Tree Avenue, UB7 · Firtree Avenue, UB7 · Frays Avenue, UB7 · Furzeham Road, UB7 · Hanson Close, UB7 · Harmondsworth Road, UB7 · Hatton Grove, UB7 · Hawthorne Crescent, UB7 · Hawthorne Cresent, UB7 · Hazel Avenue, UB7 · High Street, UB7 · Holloway Lane, UB7 · Holly Gardens, UB7 · Horton Parade, UB7 · Humber Close, UB7 · Iron Bridge Road South, UB11 · Iron Bridge Road, UB7 · Ironbridge Road, UB7 · Kings Road, UB7 · Laurel Lane, UB7 · Lavender Rise, UB7 · Lawn Avenue, UB7 · Lily Drive, UB7 · Little Benty, UB7 · Longwalk Road, UB7 · Lupin Close, UB7 · M25, UB7 · M4, UB7 · M4/M25 intersection, SL3 · M4/M25 intersection, UB7 · Magnolia Street, UB7 · Maxwell Road, UB7 · Mill Close, UB7 · Mill Court, UB7 · Mill Road, UB7 · Money Lane, UB7 · Mulberry Crescent, UB7 · Mulberry Parade, UB7 · Myrtle Close, UB7 · Napier Close, UB7 · New Garden Drive, UB7 · North Road, UB7 · Oak Avenue, UB7 · Old Farm Road, UB7 · Osprey Close, UB7 · Padcroft Road, UB7 · Park Lodge Avenue, UB7 · Peplow Close, UB7 · Percy Bush Road, UB7 · Pippins Close, UB7 · PRIMROSE DRIVE, UB7 · Queens Road, UB7 · Rainbow Industrial Estate, UB7 · Rainbow Trading Estate, UB7 · Riverside Cottage, UB7 · Rutters Close, UB7 · Saint Martinís Road, UB7 · Saint Stephenís Road, UB7 · Scott Close, UB7 · Shepiston Lane, UB7 · Smaldon Close, UB7 · St Martins Road, UB7 · ST MARTINíS CLOSE, UB7 · St Stephens Road, UB7 · STARVEALL CLOSE, UB7 · Station Approach, UB7 · Station Road, UB7 · Stockley Close, UB7 · Stockley Farm Road, UB7 · Sunray Avenue, UB7 · Swan Road, UB7 · Tavistock Road, UB7 · THATCHER CLOSE, UB7 · The Brambles, UB7 · The Common, UB7 · The Glebe, UB7 · The Green, UB7 · Thorney Mill Road, UB7 · Thornton Avenue, UB7 · Thornton Avenue; Station Road, UB7 · Thornton Close, UB7 · Treeside Close, UB7 · Trout Road, UB7 · Trout Road, UB8 · VERBENA CLOSE, UB7 · Walnut Avenue, UB7 · Warwick Chambers, UB7 · Weirside Gardens, UB7 · West Road, UB7 · Wimpole Road, UB7 · Winnock Road, UB7 · Wise Lane, UB7 · Wordsworth Way, UB7 · Wraysbury Drive, UB7 ·


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