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St George's Cathedral from St George's Road.
St George's Cathedral main entrance, on the corner of Lambeth Road and St George's Road.
Imperial War Museum off St George's Road.

St George's Road is a road in Southwarkmarker, London SE1 running between Westminster Bridge Roadmarker to the northwest and Elephant and Castlemarker to the southeast. It's name derives from its crossing of St George's Fields, being an open rural area of the parih of St George the Martyr, Southwark. The road was laid out as part of the communications improvements for Westminster Bridge, from the 1740s, connecting the Bridge to the Elephant and Castle junctions with New Kent Road, Walworth Road and Kennington Park Road.

St George's Cathedralmarker is on the north side and the Imperial War Museummarker is on the south side opposite, at the junction with Lambeth Roadmarker (A3203). The London College of Communication is at the Elephant and Castle end of the road.

West Squaremarker, a typical historic and unspoilt London square, is to the south of St George's Road.

The engineer Joseph Clement died at 31 St George's Road on 28 February 1844.

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