Threadneedle Street

Threadneedle Street runs through London from Bishopsgate to Bank Junction and is one of nine streets that converge on the Bank of England building. The street is particularly famous as the site of the Bank of England, and the London Stock Exchange was also located here until 2004. The South Sea Company was headquartered here from 1711 to the 1850s. 

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Latitude: 51.514121800000
Longitude: -0.086204900000