Address 8 Goodge Pl London W1T 4SG, UK

A picturesque alley in Camden, Goodge Place is located on the edge of the famous bars and other pubs whose reputation has contributed to the image of the neighborhood.

Goodge Place is a small quiet street in London dominated by the BT Tower, a famous communication tower dating from the 1960s. It is made up of typical London terraced blocks of flats and has only one business, the Wai, a black-fronted restaurant. The fact that the doors of the apartments are all painted in different colors gives it a very nice colorful look. It is located a few meters from Goodge Place Station, where during the Second World War, the inhabitants of the neighborhood went to take shelter from the Blitz bombings. Every year, the station is visited by nearly 8 million people.

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London Fantrippers Guide

London's guide to the 1000 cult locations for films, series, music, comics and novels

Are you going to LONDON?
Are you fans of series, movies, comics, music, novels?
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Harry Potter, James Bond, Bridget Jones, The Persuaders!, Black Mirror, The Crown, Dr Who, Mister Bean, Monty Python, Sherlock Holmes, Blake and Mortimer, The Beatles, David Bowie, The Who, Amy Winehouse, Dracula, Oliver Twist…

With more than 1000 cult locations for movies, TV series, music, comics, novels, the London Fantrippers Guide offers an unusual and unique travel experience through more than 1000 places of cult fiction specially selected for you.

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