East End (disambiguation)

East End (disambiguation)

The term East End is most commonly used to refer to the East End of London. It may also refer to various places around the world:


*East End, Adelaide

United Kingdom


*East End, Dorset
*East End, Gloucestershire
*East End, Lymington
*East End, Newbury ¹
*East End, Petersfield
*East End, Hertfordshire
*East End, Kent
*East End, Oxfordshire
*East End of Sheffield
*East End, Somerset
*East End, Yorkshire

¹ Newbury is in Berkshire, but the nearby village of East End is south of the border in Hampshire.


*East End, Glasgow

North America

;United States
*East End, Arkansas
*East End, Houston, Texas, a group of neighborhoods in eastern Houston
*East End Avenue (Manhattan), a street in New York City
*East End, a peak in the McDowell Mountains in Arizona;Canada
*East End (Vancouver)
*East End, Thunder Bay, Ontario

U.S. National Register of Historic Places

There are a number of properties on the National Register of Historic Places with "East End" in their names.


*East End Baptist Church, in Birmingham, Alabama
*East End Drugs, in Jefferson City, Missouri
*East End Trust Company, in Camden, New Jersey

Historic districts

*East End Historic District (Ipswich, Massachusetts)
*East End Historic District (Meridian, Mississippi)
*East End Historic District (Newburgh, New York)
*East End Historic District (Thomasville, Georgia)
*East End Historic District (Valdosta, Georgia)
*Quincy East End Historic District, in Quincy, Illinois


*East End Foods

In North America, the term East Side is often synonymous with East End.

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