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City of London Information 2001 Census:
In 1887, the establishment of the Glass Brothers' pottery a few miles east of London gave rise to the small community of Pottersburg. The hamlet later known as London Junction, was annexed by the city in 1912.
(London 200, pg 140)
This area expanded rapidly after the ending of WWII, so there are pockets of areas of wartime houses. There are also a few older homes from the Victorian era.
The school facilities listed show the schools located in the area. No assumption of automatic enrolment of your child into any particular facility is implied. Parents must speak to the school board of interest for child enrollment.
St. Pius X Separate School
St. Robert Separate School
Holy Family Elementary School
Post Secondary Institutions
University of Western Ontario: Students living in this subdivision should schedule approximately an hour long bus ride to get to Western.
Fanshawe College: is located on Oxford Street, which borders the north end of this subdivision. Students like to live in this area because Fanshawe is within walking distance.
Sports Facilities and Parks
Trafalgar Heights Park
East London Library Branch
The hospitals are located west of the Argyle subdivision. The LTC provides transportation to them however, you should plan on approximately an hour by bus to get to any hospital campus.
London Health Sciences:
St. Joseph's Health Care:
London Transportation Commission Ride-Guide Map
This well established area is located in the east end of London. Dundas Street (Hwy 2) runs east and west leading you quickly to Thamesford, Ingersol, and Woodstock. Veterans Memorial Hwy (formerly Airport Road) is located in an industrial area with very few cross streets, so it provides quick drive south to the 401. Veterans Hwy north leads you to London's International Airport.