Place:Byfleet, Surrey, England

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NameByfleet
TypeInhabited place
Coordinates51.35°N 0.483°W
Located inSurrey, England
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Byfleet is an inland island village forming a suburb of Woking in Surrey, England. It is in the east of the borough between the Wey navigation canal and the River Wey, and is within the M25 motorway.

Byfleet is close to the A3 and M25, and is located next to the former Brooklands motor circuit and aerodrome and the foot of the St George's Hill estate, just to the south of Weybridge, to the west of Cobham and to the east of West Byfleet. The village is served by the Byfleet and New Haw railway station.

July 2012 marked an historic moment in Byfleet's history, becoming a host of the men's and women's cycling road races for the 2012 Summer Olympics Games.

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