Edgware Road

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Edgware Road is a noteworthy street through north-west London, beginning at Marble Arch in the City of Westminster (south end) and running north-west to Edgware in the London Borough of Barnet. It is likewise a limit between a few North London districts. The course has its inceptions as a Roman street (a portion of Watling Street) and consequently keeps running for 10 miles in a practically idealize straight line, which is surprising in London. It is a piece of the present day A5 street. It experiences a few name changes along its length, including Maida Vale, Kilburn High Road, Shoot Up Hill and Cricklewood Broadway; however the street is, in general, known as the Edgware Road, as it is the street to Edgware.

 The street runs north-west from Marble Arch to Edgware on the edges of London. It crosses the Harrow Road and Marylebone Road, going underneath the Marylebone flyover. The street goes through the zones of Maida Vale, Kilburn and Cricklewood. It then crosses the North Circular Road before West Hendon at Staples Corner. After this, the street proceeds in the same bearing, through the Hyde, Colindale, Burnt Oak, and after that achieves Edgware.