Victorian London - Districts - Stoke Newington

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Stoke Newington lies rather high on the north side, a little to the north-east of Islington. Rents very moderate, but perhaps a little higher than those of Islington; the situation being more open, and the houses of a somewhat superior character. NEAREST Railway Station, Rectory-road and Stoke Newington (G.E.R.); Omnibus Routes, Stoke Newington-road and Albion-road.

Charles Dickens (Jr.), Dickens's Dictionary of London, 1879