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St. Paul’s CathedralSt. Paul’s Cathedral St. Paul’s Cathedral, built after the Great Fire in 1666, boasts the second largest dome in Europe. 
Places to fill up your car with petrol in London
Name Area
BP Connect in London BP ConnectSouthwark
This petrol station is in New Kent Road, roughly 1½ miles away, with convenience shop, tyre pressues, vacuum cleaner... more
Shell Service Station in London Shell Service StationCanonbury
This filling station is at 276 Upper Street. It has convenience shop, tyre pressues, water fill-ups, 24 hour opening. The... more
Shell Service Station in London Shell Service StationShadwell
This service station is in Whitechapel Road, roughly 1½ miles away, with convenience shop, tyre pressues, water fill... more
Shell Service Station in London Shell Service StationThe City
This garage is at 198 Old Street, around one mile from St. Paul's Cathedral. It has convenience shop, tyre pressues... more
Texaco Service Station in London Texaco Service StationIslington
This garage is in Caledonian Road, around 1¾ miles away, with convenience shop, vacuum cleaners, tyre pressues, wate... more
Texaco Service Station in London Texaco Service StationLambeth
This petrol garage is at 212-214 Kennington Road, roughly 1¾ miles from St. Paul's Cathedral. Texaco Service St... more
Texaco Service Station in London Texaco Service StationLimehouse
This service station is in The Highway, roughly 1½ miles away, with convenience shop, vacuum cleaners, tyre pressues... more
Texaco Service Station in London Texaco Service StationShadwell
This garage is at 168-175 Shoreditch High Street, approximately 1¼ miles from St. Paul's Cathedral. Texaco Serv... more
Texaco Service Station in London Texaco Service StationThe City
This petrol station is in City Road, around 1¼ miles away, with convenience shop, vacuum cleaners, tyre pressues, wa... more
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