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St. Martin-in-the-FieldsSt. Martin-in-the-Fields St. Martin-in-the-Fields has strong royal connections – it is the parish church of Buckingham Palace. 
Places to fill up your car with petrol in London
Name Area
BP Connect in London BP ConnectLambeth
This petrol station is in Kennington Lane, around 1¾ miles away, with convenience shop, tyre pressues, vacuum cleane... more
BP Connect in London BP ConnectVictoria
This filling station is at 148-158 Vauxhall Bridge Road, approximately 1¼ miles from St. Martin-in-the-Fields. BP Co... more
Esso Service Station in London Esso Service Station
This service station is in Park Lane, around 1¼ miles away, with 24 hour opening, car parking, car wash, convenience... more
Shell Service Station in London Shell Service StationPimlico
This garage is at 132 Grosvenor Road, roughly 1¾ miles from St. Martin-in-the-Fields. It has convenience shop, tyre... more
Shell Service Station in London Shell Service StationVictoria
This garage is in Ebury Street, roughly 1½ miles away, with convenience shop, tyre pressues, water fill-ups, 24 hour... more
Texaco Service Station in London Texaco Service StationLambeth
This petrol garage is at 212-214 Kennington Road, around 1½ miles from St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Texaco Service Stat... more
Texaco Service Station in London Texaco Service StationLambeth
This service station is in Albert Embankment, roughly 1½ miles away, with car wash, convenience shop, tyre pressues,... more
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