Transfer from Bow (E3) to Stansted Airport
A particular thing about Bow is its porcelain, which made Bow a well-known name among the admirers of porcelain shapes. Some even said that the porcelain made at bow was one of the best in the world. The story of Bow Porcelain is started with two local entrepreneurs Edward Heylyn and Thomas Frye which took advantage of the opportunity offered by the fact that both Bow and Essex bank became a center for cattle slaughter and butchery for the City market. They created a mix between cattle bones and clay and developed an amazing form of fine porcelain.
Until 1770 the business worked as a charm, the factory hiring no less than 300 artists and hands. In that year one of the founders of the Bow Porcelain died. This made the entire business to be transferred to Derby.
Transport to Bow district (E3) can be done by taking the bus no.8 which finishes its route at Bow Church. You can also get transfer from the Bow district by taking the nearest underground stations at Bow Road and Mile and. Another method to get transport from the Bow district to other areas in London or to airports is by taxi transfer. A taxi transfer from Bow district(E3) to Heathrow, with our company will cost you only 39 GBP while transport from Bow district(E3) to Gatwick is 54 GBP.
The area of Old Ford, a portion of the medieval parish of Stepney, started as a small region with few houses and a mill, but extended rapidly in the Victorian era. In that time, farming and market gardening became popular in the region right up until the 19th century when Old Ford turned into a portion of the simple East End conurbation, with significant locations of somewhat poor houses and much poverty. These were constructed to assist the new factories on the Lea and Lee Navigation and the new railways.
Old Ford was a part of a pre-Roman route that followed the Old Street, through Bethnal Green to Old Ford and the modern Oxford Street, and thence across a causeway through the marshes known as Wanstead Slip. It was the ancient most downstream crossing point of the River Lea. The path then carried on through Essex to Colchester. Until that time Lea became a wide rapidly streaming river and the tidal estuary expanded as far as Hackney Wick.
A lock and weir are now present on the Lea Navigation close to where the ford used to exist. This can be found at the end of ‘Hackney Cut’, an 18th century artificial channel and the natural channel, also known as the Waterworks River rejoins the channel below the lock.
Transfer from Bow (E3) to Stansted Airport by Rail:
In order to get a transfer from Bow (E3) to Stansted Airport by rail, you need to take the tube from Mile End Station to Liverpool Street Station in a journey that will last approximately 6 minutes. Once arrived at Liverpool Street Station you will have the possibility to take the National Rail Service to Stansted Airport. Other transport options include taking a taxi transfer from Mile End Station or Liverpool Street Station to Stansted Airport.
Transfer from Bow (E3) to Stansted Airport by Car:
In order to get from Bow(E3) to Stansted Airport by car, you have to take the M11 motorway. The distance between Bow(E3) to Stansted Airport is of 29.4 miles.
Transfer from Bow (E3) to Stansted Airport by Taxi:
A Taxi Transfer from Bow (E3) to Stansted Airport with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. The transfer from Bow (E3) to Stansted Airport will cost approximately 53 GBP for a saloon car.
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