Edgware

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A multicultural suburban town in zone 5 North London at the top of its branch of the Northern Line. However, being of a reasonable size Edgware is a commerical centre in itself. Whilst not a posh area, Edgware is fairly sought after for its schools and decent-sized family houses.

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Station Edgware

London Underground: Northern line

Station Stanmore

London Underground: Jubilee line

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An interwar middle-class suburb with a strongly Jewish character, situated three miles north-west of Hendon and split between two boroughs along the course of the former Watling Street

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