Passmore Edwards Public Library

Library, existed between 1895 and 2011

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The Passmore Edwards Public Library on the Uxbridge Road, Shepherd’s Bush, was built in 1895 and funded by the journalist and philanthropist Passmore Edwards.


It is one of a number of public libraries that still bear his name today. In 2008 a new library was built in Shepherd’s Bush, part of the substantial Westfield London development, and the Passmore Edwards library fell into disuse. In October 2011 it re-opened as the new home of the Bush Theatre.



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Abdale Road, W12

Abdale Road is located near the ’Groves’ area of Shepherd’s Bush.

It is a quiet residential street made up of pretty Victorian homes.
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