Tottenham Court Road - Goodge Street to Warren Street

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Between Goodge Street and the entrance to Goodge Street Tube Station are a couple of places of interest to CyberPunk tourists.

Firstly avoid the Scientology Cult who will offer to "test your personality" with their dubious electronic devices. If you accept their offer you have failed the gullibility test.


Next door at 70 Tottenham Court Road is a branch of Computer Exchange - very CyberPunk, with industrial metal floorplates and second hand computers, computer parts, mobile phones, iPods and console games etc.


You will need to provide proof of identity etc. if you try to sell them anything, but there are usually a few bargains to be found.


Micro Anvika have several shops on the Tottenham Court Road, but the one on the corner with 13 Chenies Street, is an Apple Macintosh specialist shop,

Also visible along Chenies Street is a World War 2 vintage structure, which is a tunnel extension from Goodge Street Tube Station opposite, which was used as bomb proof barracks in the run up to the D-Day invasion from Britain, and is currently used as a secure offsite data storage facility for documents, microfilms and computer backup data.


At the northern end of the Tottenham Court Road, on the University College eastern side of the road is the large retail chain PC World superstore at 145 Tottenham Court Road.




Kradlum's office is above PC World :)

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