Charlie Brown's Roundabout
The roundabout is at the junction of the North Circular Road with the Southend Road and the Chigwell Road. The M11 sliproads connect with the westbound North Circular Road by flyovers above the roundabout.
The roundabout is named after the pub that was demolished in 1972 when the roundabout was enlarged to accommodate the sliproads for the newly constructed motorway.
The landlord's father - also Charlie Brown - was the landlord of the original Charlie Brown's pub in Limehouse, London.
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