Aldersgate
(d.1761)

place and gate

Closed aged unknown

Aldersgate was one of the northern gates in the London Wall which once enclosed the City of London. It gave its name to the City Ward of Aldersgate, traditionally divided into Aldersgate Within and Aldersgate Without, the suffix denoting whether the part was within the line of the wall or outside it. The ancient ward boundaries were redrawn in 2013; the names are preserved but their location only loosely approximates to their historic extent. The gate also gave its name to Aldersgate Street, which runs north from the former gate towards Clerkenwell. The street was wholly part of Aldersgate Without ward until a short section further north was renamed and so added to it.

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Site of Aldersgate demolished 1761

Aldersgate Street, EC1A 4JA, London, United Kingdom where it sited