Kensington Church Street
Kensington Church Street is a shopping street in Kensington, London, England, designated the A4204, and traditionally known for it art and antiques shops. Buildings at the southern end date back to the early 1700s. It is named after Kensington's original church of St Mary Abbots. The south part was formerly called Church Lane, and the north part, Silver Street. Until 1864 there was a toll gate at Campden Street.
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