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Kennington Park Road is a main road in south London, England, and is part of the A3 trunk road. It runs from Newington Butts at its Y-junction with Kennington Lane, south-west to the Oval, where the A3 continues as Clapham Road, towards Stockwell. At this crossroads junction, Camberwell New Road and Kennington Oval head towards Camberwell Green and Vauxhall respectively.

Heading south, the street first passes Kennington station and then Kennington Park.

It is part of the Roman Stane Street, from London to Chichester.

Places of interest

The Lincoln Tower built by Christopher Newman Hall in the late nineteenth century in memory of Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation is situated close to the junction with Westminster Bridge Road along with the modernist Christ Church and Upton Chapel that replaces Newman Hall's Victorian gothic chapel that was destroyed during the Second World War. The Street has been home to the City and Guilds of London Art School (formerly Lambeth School of Art) since 1879.

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Coordinates: 51°29′12″N 0°06′27″W / 51.48664°N 0.10762°W / 51.48664; -0.10762


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