Nearest station to Autoplanet  

, 1 Lee Valley Road, E4 7PX
Open 9:00 to 20:00, Monday to Friday. From 9:00 to 18:00 on Saturday. From 11:00 to 17:00 on Sundays

Underground Stations



2.69 miles from Autoplanet


2.84 miles from Autoplanet

Woodford Tube Station

Snakes Lane, Redbridge, IG8 7QE

2.91 miles from Autoplanet


Mainline Stations


Ponders End Railway Station

South Street, Ponders End, Enfield, Enfield, EN3 6HA

19 mins from Autoplanet

ChingfordRailway Station

Station Road, Chingford , London, Waltham Forest, E4 6AL

20 mins from Autoplanet

Brimsdown Railway Station

Green Street, Enfield , Enfield, EN37NA

29 mins from Autoplanet


Docklands Light Railway



Station Street, Stratford , London, Stratford, E15 1AZ , Underground lines: Central, DLR (Stratford Branch), Jubilee

6.58 miles from Autoplanet

Pudding Mill Lane

Pudding Mill Lane , London, Newham, E15 2NQ , Underground lines: DLR (Stratford Branch)

7.02 miles from Autoplanet

Bow Church

Campbell Road, London, Tower Hamlets, E3 4DS , Underground lines: DLR (Stratford Branch)

7.58 miles from Autoplanet


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The London Borough of Waltham Forest

The London Borough of Waltham Forest

Waltham Forest The Borough of Waltham Forest lies to the east of central London, with its centre, Walthamstow, located 30 minutes from the city. For shoppers, Walthamstow is home to Britain's longest street market, providing nearly one mile of stalls selling everything from hardware to food and clothes. Five minutes walk away from the hustle and bustle of the market is Walthamstow Village, a designated conservation area, where visitors can get a glimpse of the origins of Walthamstow. Within the village is the Vestry House Museum, built in the 18th century as the parish workhouse, which has a reconstructed Victorian parlour and police cell amongst its exhibits. Famous people connected with the borough include Benjamin Disraeli who was educated locally and William Morris, the 19th-century artist, poet and craftsman. The Morris family home, dating back to the mid 18th century, is now the William Morris Gallery located in Lloyd Park. The gallery displays a permanent exhibition of his life and work including wallpapers, fabrics, carpets and stained glass.

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