Middlesex (abbreviated Middx) is a former county in southeast England. It was established in antiquity from the territory of the Middle Saxons. Proximate to the United Kingdom capital city of London, the small county became densely populated, leading to problems with its viability. It was subject to a significant loss of territory in 1889 and was abolished on 1 April 1965. The former area of Middlesex now corresponds to much of Greater London and parts of Berkshire, Hertfordshire and Surrey.
|LONDON STREET FINDER|
Find streets and addresses within the M25 from our database.
One of the aims of this project is one which has not been attempted before in London - a complete history of every street in the capital.
If you have a story about the history of the street you grew up in or one you know well, we'd like to hear it.
If you have a story about an address - being born there, living there, working there or more, get writing.
Expected go-live date for these features: 4 April 2019.
Of course, if you are not feeling so energetic, you can simply browse the street collection.
|SEARCH FOR STREETS OR ADDRESSES|
Find any address or road by supplying part of the name.
This is the quickest method to find a street that you already know is in the database.
|LIST STREETS BY POSTCODE|
Find all roads, streets and blocks within the M25 that we know about so far, sorted by their postcode:
You can find streets organised by area.
|LIST STREETS ALPHABETICALLY|
Find all roads, streets and blocks within the M25 that we know about so far, sorted by first letter:
This way may find more streets than you'd want if you are looking for one in particular!