Royal College Street is a major thoroughfare in London, England in the Borough of Camden.
The street is home to the London HQ of Parcel Force and the London campus of the Royal Veterinary College, a constituent college of the University of London.
Camden Road railway station is located at the junction of Royal College Street and Camden Road.
The nearest underground station to Royal College Street is Camden Town tube station which is about 5 minutes to the south-west along Camden Road.
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in 1824 Charles Dickens lived in what is now the upper part of College Place, Camden at No. 112 (the street was then known as Little College Street).
No 8 Royal College Street (then known as Great College Street) was occupied by the French poets Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine during their celebrated and stormy sojourn in London in 1873.
The Rimbaud and Verlaine Foundation intends to create a "poetry house" at 8 Royal College Street.
The Foundation was initiated by Poet in the City, which inherited a campaign to create an Anglo-French cultural centre at Rimbaud and Verlaine's former home. The campaign to save the house was run over many years by Gerry Harrison, a Camden councillor, during the process of which many celebrities have rallied to the cause, including the actor Simon Callow, the writers Julian Barnes, Lisa Appignanesi and Tracy Chevalier and the rock star Patti Smith. In 2007 the house was bought and fully restored by a new owner who has agreed to give the house for use as an Anglo-French cultural centre. Poet in the City, and now the Rimbaud and Verlaine Foundation, with the support of the Fondation L-A Finances pour la Poésie in Paris and the law firm Herbert Smith, are seeking to raise money for a maintenance fund, allowing for the creation of a "poetry house" at 8 Royal College Street.
Royal College Street also features in the background of 1956 Alfred Hitchcock film The Man Who Knew Too Much, where actor James Stewart walks from here down Plender Street to 61 College Place.