Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

Outer Circle

GPS Coordinates

51°31'32"-00°08'44" show decimal

Google Earth

Location Point

London A-Z

Page 67, F2

Nicholson

Page 141, DH68

Ordnance Survey

Page 231, C3

Streetmap

Online Map

Outer Circle
Regent's Park, London

The Outer Circle was built around 1822, providing a ring around Regent's Park and off which a number of great terraces were built to overlook the park, including on the eastern side Cumberland Terrace and Cambridge Gate.

How to get here:

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Underground (District/Circle/Hammersmith&City/Metropolitan): Great Portland Street - Exit the station and cross over Euston Road to Albany Street, then follow Marylebone Road before turning right onto Park Square East; this leads into the Outer Circle, and then follow it along to Cambridge Terrace. +

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Underground (Bakerloo): Regent's Park - Exit the station and cross over Marylebone Road, then follow the road before turning left onto Park Square East; this leads into the Outer Circle, and then follow it along to Cambridge Terrace. is on the right. +

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Bus: Great Portland Street Bus Map - Nearest stops are by Regent's Park Station, routes 18, 27, 30, 205, 453. Follow Marylebone Road until turning left onto Park Square East; this leads into Outer Circle, eventually arriving at Cambridge Terrace. is on the right. +

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableCambridge Gate (south) 

Photo

«prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 2nd October 2005 by Chuck Foster

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Invasion of the Dinosaurs (1)
Screen Shot
Filmed: 2 Sep 1973
A seemingly deserted London ...

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisabledot Cumberland Terrace  dot

Photo

«prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 2nd October 2005 by Chuck Foster

"Shot of the buildings from Cumberland Terrace itself, as the view is blocked by trees from the Outer Circle."

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The Invasion (6)
Screen Shot
Screen Shot
Filmed: 11 Sep 1968
A quiet and peaceful London, unaware of what is about to happen ...

 

Where to walk to next?

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Conway Street (The War Machines). Follow Outer Circle south, crossing Saint Andrew's Place into Park Square East. When you reach Marylebone Road, turn left and walk to the crossings near Great Portland Street Station. Cross over and continue along Euston Road until you reach Conway Street on the right, and then follow this down to the junction with Grafton Way.

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Maple Street (The War Machines): 0.39 miles.

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Madame Tussauds (Spearhead from Space): 0.44 miles.

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Charlotte Place (The War Machines): 0.65 miles.

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Margaret Street (Invasion of the Dinosaurs): 0.66 miles.

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Dorset Square (The Silurians): 0.71 miles.

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Invasion of the Dinosaurs [2 Sep 1973]: A seemingly deserted London

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