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is an area of high ground in west London
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between Notting Hill
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and Holland Park
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The area is characterised by large Victorian
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houses. It is also the site of reservoirs established in the 19th century by the Grand Junction Waterworks Company
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and the West Middlesex Waterworks Company
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Campden Hill should not be confused with Camden Hill in North London.