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Bow Road

Bow Road is a thoroughfare in Bow, Tower Hamlets, London, England. The road forms part of the A11, running from Aldgate to Norwich in Norfolk. To the west the road becomes Mile End Road, and to the east is Bow Interchange on the A12.

The George Lansbury also lived on Bow Road

Bow Road tube station and Bow Church DLR station are located on the road, and two further stations, both now closed, were also once situated in Bow Road: Bow railway station and Bow Road railway station.

London Buses route 8 and 25 make use of Bow Road.

Bow Road, London is home to the Thames Magistrates Court near Bow Road tube station, as well as a number of new commercial occupiers contributing to the regeneration of East London, including the supermarket chain Tesco, Franklyn James Estate Agents and Eos Beauty | Hair Domain (a full service hair and beauty salon).

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