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A numerical guide to London


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Seventeen London boroughs lie alongside the River Thames, from Hounslow and Richmond in the west to Bexley and Havering in the east.


The longest continuous tunnel on the Underground is 17.3 miles long between Morden and East Finchley on the Northern line.


17% of all the workplaces in the UK are in London.


Seventeen different nightbuses terminate in Trafalgar Square.


The pop group East 17 were named after the postcode of the area of London from which they originate - Walthamstow.


Seventeen mosaics at Leytonstone tube station commemorate the films of Alfred Hitchcock, who was born just down the road at 517 High Road.


Bus route 17 runs from London Bridge to Archway.