Notting Hill Gate

A turnpike gate was constructed at the foot of the hill on the main road from London to Uxbridge, now Oxford Street, Bayswater Road and Holland Park Avenue along this part of its route.
The point at which the turnpike gate stood was known as Notting Hill Gate. The gate was there to stop people passing along the road without paying. The gate was removed in the 19th century.
Another Notting Hill Gate is the site of Notting Hill Gate tube station which is on the Central, District and Circle lines, it is also on the route of the 148, 94, 31, 28, 27, 328 and 52 Buses

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