Uxbridge is part of the London Borough of Hillingdon county. It is 15 miles west of central London. This town was named after a bridge known as ‘Wixan Bridge.’ It became part of Greater London in 1965.
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The centre of the Uxbridge is being connected to the Swakeleys Roundabout junction of A40 by the road B483. It is linked to Slough, Denham, Ickenham, Cowley, Iver Heath, Hillingdon Health, and Hayes by some major roads.
222, 331, A10, U1, U2, U3, U9, U7, U4, U5, U10, and N207 are the London Buses routes which serve the town.
Uxbridge also has the Metropolitan railway and has easy access to M25, M40, and M4.
The Heathrow international airport is nearly 8 miles to the south of it.
Brunel University and Uxbridge campus of Buckinghamshire New University is in Uxbridge.
Uxbridge is close to the River Clone as it closes the boundary with Buckinghamshire.
Since the Opening of Grand Junction Canal which not only increased the trade but also gives enjoyment to the walkers, cyclists, and boats.
The Battle of Britain Bunker, an underground RAF operations room is a must go attracting while you are in Uxbridge. During the D-Day and Battle of Britain, fighter aircraft were operated from here.