Johnson’s London Dictionary: North/South Circular Roads

NORTH/SOUTH CIRCULAR ROADS (n.) Circular barrier around the Metropolis, those unwary to ride within its environs, subject to The Mayor’s tallage

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2 thoughts on “Johnson’s London Dictionary: North/South Circular Roads”

  1. Are they still a tail-to-tail nightmare, David? I recall a miserable journey from Harrow to Richmond using both routes. It would have been quicker to walk.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. The last time I used the N/S Circular Roads they were pretty bad. At least the North Circular Road for most past is dual carriageway, the South Circular is just a name of various roads joined up.

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