63 Furlong Road, N7 8PZ

Address in Barnsbury

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This is an address in Furlong Road, London

VIEW THE BARNSBURY AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE BARNSBURY AREA IN THE 1860s
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OTHER FURLONG ROAD, N7 ENTRIES

1 Furlong Road, N7
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2 Furlong Road, N7
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32 Furlong Road, N7
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63 Furlong Road, N7
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Furlong Road, N7

Furlong Road is one of the streets of London in the N7postal area.




LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Barnsbury:   Barnsbury is a place in the London Borough of Islington. The name is a corruption of Bernersbury, being so called after the Berners family, who gained ownership of the lands after the Norman Conquest.
Highbury & Islington:   Highbury & Islington station is served by the Victoria line, London Overground and the Northern City Line.
Highbury Corner:   Highbury Corner is a large grass and tree covered roundabout located at the top of Upper Street that also feeds off onto St Paul’s Road, Cannonbury Road, and Holloway Road.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Adrian House, N1 · Almeida Street, N1 · Amber Court, N7 · Arundel Place, N1 · Arundel Square, N7 · Barford Street, N1 · Barnsbury Park, N1 · Barnsbury Road, N1 · Barnsbury Square, N1 · Barnsbury Street, N1 · Barnsbury Terrace, N1 · Batchelor Street, N1 · Berners House, N1 · Berners Road, N1 · Boadicea Street, N1 · Boxworth Grove, N1 · Bride Street, N7 · Bridgeman Road, N1 · Bromfield Street, N1 · Brooksby Street, N1 · Business Design Centre, N1 · Caledonian Road, N1 · Carnegie Street, N1 · Carnoustie Drive, N1 · Centurion Close, N7 · Chillingworth Road, N7 · Cloudesley Place, N1 · Cloudesley Road, N1 · Cloudesley Square, N1 · Cloudesley Street, N1 · Coatbridge House, N1 · Cobble Lane, N1 · College Cross, N1 · Compton Terrace, N1 · Copenhagen Street, N1 · Courtney Court, N7 · Cowdenbeath Path, N1 · Crane Grove, N7 · Crescent Street, N1 · Davey Close, N7 · Denmark Grove, N1 · Eden Grove, N7 · Edward Square, N1 · Ellington Street, N7 · Fieldway Crescent, N5 · Fieldway Cresent, N5 · Furlong Road, N7 · Georges Road, N7 · Gibson Square, N1 · Half Moon Crescent, N1 · Hemingford Road, N1 · Highbury Crescent, N5 · Highbury Station Road, N1 · Highbury Terrace Mews, N5 · Hornsey Street, N7 · Horsell Road, N5 · Huntingdon Street, N1 · Islington Park Street, N1 · Kinross House, N1 · Laycock Street, N1 · Liverpool Road, N1 · Liverpool Road, N7 · Lofting Road, N1 · Lonsdale Place, N1 · Lonsdale Square, N1 · Lough Road, N7 · Mackenzie Road, N7 · Matilda Street, N1 · Melgund Road, N5 · Milner Square, N1 · Mitchell House, N1 · Moon Street, N1 · Morland Mews, N1 · Offord Road, N1 · Orkney House, N1 · Orleston Mews, N7 · Orleston Road, N7 · Palmer Place, N7 · Parkfield Street, N1 · Pembroke Street, N1 · Providence Place, N1 · Purley Place, N1 · Randells Road, N1 · Richmond Avenue, N1 · Ripplevale Grove, N1 · Ritchie Street, N1 · Roding House, N1 · Roman Way Industrial Estate, N7 · Roman Way, N7 · Ronalds Road, N5 · Rufford Street, N1 · Sheringham Road, N7 · Southwood Smith Street, N1 · St Albans Place, N1 · St Clements Street, N7 · Stanmore Street, N1 · Stonefield Street, N1 · Swan Yard, N1 · Tealby Court, N7 · Theberton Street, N1 · Thornhill Cresent, N1 · Thornhill Road, N1 · Thornhill Square, N1 · Treaty Street, N1 · Upper Streetislington, N1 · Victoria Mansions, N7 · Waterloo Gardens, N1 · Westbourne Road, N7 · Witherington Road, N5 ·


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