By taking the first letters we have created:
The four streets that go from St. Leonard’s Terrace to South Kensington Junction – Walpole Street, Anderson Street, Sloane Avenue and Pelham Street.
Chelsea, Albert and Battersea Bridges.
The three respective roads they lead into said bridges – Chelsea Bridge Road, Oakley Street and Beaufort Street.
The following mnemonics can be used to help you remember the orders of certain London-based features.
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Bridges across the Thames from west to east – Westminster, Hungerford, Waterloo, Blackfriars, Millennium, Southwark, London, Tower.
It was fortuitous that when they renamed the old Globe theatre in Shaftsbury Avenue to the Gielgud it didn’t spoil the mnemonic: Little Apples Grow Quickly Please; five theatres on the north side of Shaftesbury Avenue: Lyric, Apollo, Gielgud, Queens, Palace, and if you prefer, with a greengrocer’s apostrophe ‘s at the end you get the Shaftsbury Theatre.
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Soho streets running north to south – Greek, Frith, Dean, Wardour.
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The old gates of the City west to east Ludgate Newgate Aldersgate Cripplegate Moorgate Bishopsgate Aldgate.
The Dirty Dozen The twelve streets from Regent Street to Charing Cross Road that get you across Soho – well before they started CrossRail – Great Marlborough Street, Noel Street, Berwick Street, D’Arblay Street, Wardour Street, Hollen Street, Great Chapel Street, Fareham Street, Dean Street, Carlisle Street, Soho Square, Sutton Row.