Transfer from Kentish Town(NW5) to Gatwick Airport
The Kentish Town area includes a wide array of churches. The St. Silas the Martyr Church dates since 1912. Its design was signed by Earnest Charles Shearman. The church building has survived until date. Other churches and parishes that have survived from that period are St. Barnabas Church and St Luke with St Paul Church. The latter one was built in the mid – 19th century and it was designed by Basil Champneys. The exterior of the structure is made of stone dressings and red brick. The roof has tiles on it. The tower has 3 arcade openings and a saddleback gabled roof. The details in the aisles, chancel and nave appertain to the Early English revival style.
The interior of the church has red brick walls and numerous nave arcades with low cylindrical pillars. The floor features elegant black and red tiles. At the same time, the sanctuary has sedilia and decorative tiles. The interior also features a Willis organ and a brass eagle lectern.
Transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Kentish Town (NW5) by Rail:
So as to get transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Kentish Town by rail, you need to take the National Rail Service to London Bridge. This journey will last almost 30 minutes. From London Bridge Station, you can take the tube to Camden Town Station. Other transport options include taking a minicab transfer from London Bridge Station or Gatwick Airport to Kentish Town.
Transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Kentish Town (NW5) by Car:
In order to get from Gatwick Airport to Kentish Town by car, you have to take the M25 motorway. The distance between Gatwick Airport and Kentish Town is 56.3 miles.
Transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Kentish Town (NW5) by Minicab:
A minicab Transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Kentish Town with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes. The Gatwick Airport transfer to Kentish Town will cost around 63 GBP for a saloon car.