Royal Oak is an underground station on the Hammersmith and City and the Circle lines. The station is on the Lord Hill’s Bridge. It falls under Travelcard Zone 2 of the London Underground. This station is not used much during the rest of the year but is quite busy during the Notting Hill Carnival. It was classified as the ‘local station’ in transport for the London’s fit for the future development outline.
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The Notting Hill Carnival is an annual event organised by the British West Indian Community. It first started in the year 1966 and takes place on the streets of Notting Hill, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in August. This event attracts more than a million people annually, easily making it one of the largest streets festivals. It has become a significant event in British culture. The public of UK voted it as one of the icons of England. Some people prefer to avoid the crowds and use the time instead to enjoy a naughty tryst with some of our cheap escorts in London. It might be for the best when one considers that most prices go up around this time, everything of course except our beautiful cheap London escorts. Why not take advantage of your anonymity in a crowd and make a date with our gorgeous Cheap London escorts in Royal Oak.
The Royal Oak Station provides an easy access to this carnival. It was opened in 1871 and is close to the elevated Westway section of the A40 road. This station was named after a nearby public building “The Royal Oak”.
The place is not so happening as the other localities of London but is merry only during the Notting Hill carnival. There are not many things to visit here apart from some of the old Railway yards and Washing points where the trains were washed and the coal was filled in them.
There is a church in close vicinity named the Westbourne Park Baptist Church. West London Buddhist centre is also nearby. Paddington Library and Porchester Park are on the left of the station. The area is well connected by the tube and bus services but there are no Cycle hiring spots or the car hire facilities.