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A taxi driver's guide to Clapham Junction

At Addison Lee we know your train journey counts for just a part of your travels. So it can be frustrating when finding a Clapham Junction taxi quickly – that doesn’t cost the earth – becomes a problem. That’s why we’ve made booking with Addison Lee so easy. For a prompt, comfortable minicab you know you can rely on, book now with our app or website. Although technically a part of neighbouring Battersea, Clapham Junction station is still the figurehead transport hub of this part of South London. Providing vital links to the south west and south coast. Each day playing a pivotal role in the commute of thousands of Londoners. And when you consider that at peak times some 180 trains pass through the station per hour, you begin to get a picture of just how busy and crucial the station is. Step out of Clapham Junction station into thriving communities like Battersea or neighbouring Wandsworth and it becomes hard to imagine what the area must’ve been like prior to the development of the train lines. For a bit of a clue, wander up onto Lavender Hill which now homes dozens of great bars, restaurants and independent businesses. But in fact started life as a part of the area’s lavender growing industry. So much more than just a bustling train station, Clapham Junction offers up a wide range of great reasons to stop and stay awhile. Whether you’re heading south to Clapham or are happy to just explore beautiful riverside Battersea, you should check out our taxi driver’s guide to the area. We’ve got some brilliant ideas on which pubs to hit up, which restaurants to indulge in and which local attractions to get involved with. All you need now is an Addison Lee.

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