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The area is roughly bounded by Gray's Inn Road to the east, High Holborn to the south, Tottenham Court Road to the west and Euston Road to the north, and hence approximately corresponds to the modern district of Bloomsbury, with parts of Holborn, King's Cross and St Pancras. It is mostly within the London Borough of Camden, although a small part towards the east is within the London Borough of Islington. WC1 is a diverse and densely populated area. It includes the British Museum and buildings owned by the federal University of London and its constituent colleges and institutes. With so many open spaces, relatively car-free enclaves and intriguing attractions this is a place to savour. No other central postcode can be as rewarding for those prepared to invest a little time, with secret corners lying close to world-famous attractions. It's also a great place for office space thanks to its local transport links. Euston Road has the great railway termini of Euston, King's Cross and St Pancras. To the east, in Clerkenwell, is the commuters' station of Farringdon (Thameslink). Places of interest: Great Ormond Street Hospital, The British Museum, The University of London, Bedford Square, Bloomsbury Square, High Holborn, Holborn, Queen Square, Russel Square.