Braybrook Street is a residential street in East Acton, London. It runs along the west side of Wormwood Scrubs and the prison of the same name, and is close to East Acton Underground station.
The street was named after a Bishop of London, Robert Braybrooke. Other Bishops of London who gave their names to nearby streets were Mellitus, Earconwald, Osmund, Wulfstan, Gilbert Foliot, Richard FitzNeal, John Stokesley and Humphrey Henchman.
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