Newham guide

The London borough of Newham incorporates some 1,744 streets. Newham at its widest point is 6.5 miles by 6.8 miles in length.

The London borough of NewhamNewham is in the heart of London's historic Docklands. With fast rail links to the continent planned for Stratford and London City Airport overlooking the docks, the borough is set to become a hub of the international travel network. Historic features of the area include the Royal Docks, built in the 1850s, which stretch from one side of Newham to the other and enclose the country's largest area of dock water.

The Thames Barrier is also located within the borough, the largest ever of its kind, built at a cost of over 400 million. Additional attractions include Abbey Mills Pumping Station - an important example of Victorian industrial architecture - as well as Beckton Dry Ski Slope, Newham City Farm and the internationally acclaimed Theatre Royal Stratford East.

These 1,744 streets are home to over 421 LondonTown.com featured venues, which include 121 restaurants, 89 shops, 49 attractions, 21 clubs and pubs and 48 leisure venues.

Streets in the London borough of Newham

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