Redbridge Minibus Hire
Redbridge minibus hire operates eight seaters, 12 seaters, 14 seaters, 16 seaters, 24 seaters, 30 seaters, 36 seaters, 49 seaters, 72 seater Coach Hire and minibusses in London. We have Executive Mercedes Minibuses and Coaches with free Wifi, reclining seats, USB connections, a separate luggage boot, and air conditioning.
We will pick you up and drop you off in your neighborhood, then transfer you to Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, or Luton Airport.
Redbridge is a district of the London Borough of Ilford in East London, England. It is not to be confused with the London Borough of Redbridge, a local government district in Greater London.
The name stems from a bridge dismantled in 1921 over the River Roding. Unlike other bridges in the vicinity, which were made of white stone, this one was red brick. They later transferred the name to the borough of London, which was established in 1965. Hockley's Bridge was the previous name for the Bridge.
Redbridge was formerly part of the old parish of Barking in Essex. It was annexed to the new civil parish of Ilford in 1888. In 1890, the civil parish was designated as a local board district, then an urban community in 1894, and finally a municipal borough in 1926. In 1965, the Municipal Borough of Ilford was disbanded, and its former territory became part of the Greater London Borough of Redbridge.
On Eastern Boulevard in the Redbridge area of Ilford in North East London, on the Hainault Loop of the Central Line, in Zone 4, Redbridge is a London Underground stop.
The station first opened its doors on December 14, 1947. Construction had begun in the 1930s but was halted due to the outbreak of World War II. The Plessey firm used the finished train tunnels at Redbridge as an airplane parts plant during WWII. The famed Tube architect who also constructed the branch's other two below-ground stations, Charles Holden, designed the station building.
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