Route ID: 508221

London - Victoria Station To Bond Street

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    Walking route mapped by  Nigel Barnes Photo
    2 years ago

    Starts near London, GBSEARCH NEARBY
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    4.529 miles
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    About

    A walk from London Victoria Station to Lancaster Gate Underground, via Belgravia, the Plumbers Arms Public House where Lady Lucan ran too after finding their nanny dead, past Lord Lucan's house, walking through the mews houses of Belgravia, then on to Hyde Park past the serpentine lake to the Italian gardens. The gardens are believed to have been a gift from Prince Albert to his beloved Queen Victoria. They are now recognised as being a site of particular importance and are Grade II listed by Historic England.

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