Dalston is influenced by a vibrant and cosmopolitan culture; the main shopping area is on Kingsland Road.  Restaurant choice is limited and London Fields is the main open space. Regeneration of the area has led to a rapid increase in the price of property. The process of change has been accelerated since the East London Line Extension and since the reopening of Dalston Junction Station was confirmed in the run-up to London’s successful bid to hold the 2012 Olympics.

Places of Interest

Geffrye Museum
136 Kingsland Road, London, E2

Limoncello Art Gallery
15a Cremer Street, Shoreditch, London, E2

Water House Restaurant
10 Orsman Road, London, N1

London Fields  
Martello Road, Dalston, London, E8

Transport Links

Dalston Kingsland (Commuter train)
Dalston Junction Rail Station

Easy access to A1,A10, A12, A13,A102, A104,  North Circular and M11

30 to Marylebone
277 to Highbury
67 to Aldgate
76 to Waterloo
149 to Edmonton and London Bridge
243 to Waterloo and Wood Green
243 to Waterloo Station
488 to Bromley by bow
38 to Clapton

Local Authority

London Borough of Hackney

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