I lived for some time in Tooting and had a good time there. This picture shows my house mate at that time. This is to say about Tooting London:
Where is Tooting in London: it’s in the South-West on the Northern Line one stop after Balham (Tooting Bec and the Tooting Broadway)
Postcode for Tooting: SW 16
Tooting Common: one of the best things of Tooting
Tooting Broadway shops: Forget about them
Indian restaurant in tooting: Plenty and the best in London (espeically the South Indian ones)
History of Tooting: Tooting has been settled since pre-Saxon times. The Romans built a road, which was later named Stane Street by the English, from London (Londinium) to Chichester (Noviomagus Regnorum), and which passed through Tooting. Tooting High Street is built on this road. As with many of South London’s suburbs, Tooting developed during the late Victorian period. Some development occurred in the Edwardian era but another large spurt in growth happened during the 1920s and ’30s.
- 1906 – Tooting Bec Lido opened.
- 1954 – St George’s Hospital begins to relocate to Tooting from Hyde Park Corner, taking over the old Grove Fever and Fountain Hospitals.
- 2003 – Redevelopment of St George’s Hospital buildings completed.