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Highgate CemeteryHighgate Cemetery Highgate Cemetery is one of the finest burial grounds in London, home to Karl Marx and Dickens. 
Places to fill up your car with petrol in London
Name Area
BP Connect in London BP Connect
This petrol station is in Haverstock Hill, roughly 1½ miles away, with convenience shop, vacuum cleaners, tyre press... more
BP Connect in London BP ConnectHighgate
This filling station is at 89 Hornsey Rise, around one mile from Highgate Cemetery. BP Connect offers a mini-market, sell... more
Esso Service Station in London Esso Service StationHolloway
This service station is in Hornsey Road, roughly 1½ miles away, with 24 hour opening, car parking, car wash, conveni... more
Esso Service Station in London Esso Service StationKing's Cross
This garage is at 196 Camden Road, roughly 1¾ miles from Highgate Cemetery. Esso Service Station is a petrol filling... more
Gulf in London GulfHighgate
This garage is in Holloway Road, approx one mile away. The opening hours are 24 hours, seven days a week.
Parliament Hill Service Station in London Parliament Hill Service StationKentish Town
This petrol garage is at 138-140 Highgate Road, roughly ¾ miles away. The opening times are Sun 6.30-9 Mon 6.30-9 Tu... more
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