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Bedfont is a suburban district of Hounslow in London, 14 miles (23 km) WSW of Charing Cross and 2 miles (3 km) from Heathrow Airport. It straddles Staines Road (A305) and the River Crane and includes the area informally known as North Feltham and the neighbourhood of Hatton. Its south-western parks and streets are contiguous with the larger district of Feltham, adjoining Feltham railway station on the Waterloo to Reading Line. Bedfont is also served by Hatton Cross Underground station on the Piccadilly line. Bedfont has a large central conservation area around Bedfont Green. Bedfont was, historically, in Middlesex.
The Polytechnic Stadium is a sports venue on Hartington Road, Chiswick, London.
Watermans Art Centre is a multipurpose arts centre. It is located in Brentford, England alongside the banks of the River Thames overlooking Kew Gardens in west London, England.
The Chiswick flyover is a short elevated section of the M4 motorway in the western approaches to London, United Kingdom. The flyover in the west London suburb of Chiswick, was opened in 1959 with the intention of reducing congestion and the impact on local traffic of vehicles travelling around London on the North and South Circular Roads and between London and the west on the Great West Road. Although it was not originally built as a motorway, it later became incorporated into the M4 motorway.
Ivybridge, formerly Mogden, is a locality in the southern part of Isleworth in west London. Formerly agricultural, it was the site of Mogden Isolation Hospital, later South Middlesex Hospital, from 1897 to 1991, and since 1936 has been the location of Mogden Sewage Treatment Works.
The Coach and Horses is a Grade II listed public house at London Road, Isleworth, London.
National Heritage List for England number: 1080313
Boston Manor Park is a large public park in the London Borough of Hounslow. A combination of woodland and open space, with an area adjoining the Grand Union Canal, it was created in 1924 from part of the historic estate of the 17th-century stately home Boston Manor.
Syon Park is the 56.6 hectare (139 acre) garden of Syon House, the London home of the Duke of Northumberland in Isleworth in the London Borough of Hounslow. It was landscaped by Capability Brown in the 18th century, and it is Grade I listed by English Heritage under the Historic Buildings and Ancient Monuments Act 1953 for its special historic interest. The 56.6 hectare main gardens are a Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade I, and the flood meadows next to the River Thames are a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation.
Chiswick Roundabout is a major roundabout in Chiswick, West London. It was opened in 1959, and is the meeting point of the A4 'Great West Road', A205 South Circular, A315 'Chiswick High Road', A406 North Circular and M4, therefore it is extremely busy. It became part of one of Britain's first motorway junctions: the M4 runs northwest–southeast on a flyover above the roundabout. It lies in Gunnersbury near Gunnersbury station.
Feltham railway station is in Feltham, in the London Borough of Hounslow. It was opened in 1848 by the Windsor Staines and South Western Railway (later the London and South Western Railway). It is in Travelcard Zone 6. A regular bus service runs from Feltham to Heathrow Airport.
UK railway station code: FEL
Hounslow West is a London Underground station in Hounslow of the London Borough of Hounslow, West London. It is located on Bath Road (A3006) about 600m from its junction with A4 Great West Road and Great South West Road (A30). The station is on the Heathrow branch of the Piccadilly line, between Hatton Cross and Hounslow Central stations and is in Travelcard Zone 5.
Turnham Green is a public park situated on Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London. It is separated in two by a small road. Christ Church (architect George Gilbert Scott, built 1843) stands on the eastern half of the green. A war memorial stands on the eastern corner. On the south side is the old Chiswick Town Hall.
Chiswick Bridge is a reinforced concrete deck arch bridge over the River Thames in west London. One of three bridges opened in 1933 as part of an ambitious scheme to relieve traffic congestion west of London, it carries the A316 road between Chiswick on the north bank of the Thames and Mortlake on the south bank.
Syon House, and its 200-acre (80 hectare) park, Syon Park, is in west London, historically within the parish of Isleworth, in the county of Middlesex. It belongs to the Duke of Northumberland and is now his family's London residence. The family's traditional central London residence had been Northumberland House, now demolished. The eclectic interior of Syon House was designed by the architect Robert Adam in the 1760s.
National Heritage List for England number: 1080318; website: http://www.syonpark.co.uk/explore/about-syon-house/#.VK-J0yuUfUU
Brentford is a railway station in the London Borough of Hounslow, west London. It is on the Hounslow Loop Line and in Travelcard Zone 4. The station and all trains serving it are operated by South Western Railway. It is the main station for Brentford F.C.'s Griffin Park, 400 metres east. The modest High Street of the suburb of Brentford characterized by wide-ranging businesses and light industrial parks is 300 metres south-east.
UK railway station code: BFD
Boston Manor is an English Jacobean manor house built in 1622 with internal alterations, intensively restored in later centuries and Boston Manor Park is the adjoining publicly-owned green space including a lake. It was the manor house of one of the early medieval-founded manors in Middlesex. Since 1965 its small part of the parish of Hanwell has been part of the London Borough of Hounslow in west London.
National Heritage List for England number: 1079603
Brentford railway station opened in 1860 on the Brentford Branch Line (the only line of the Great Western and Brentford Railway Company) which had opened in 1859 from Southall to Brentford Dock. It stood immediately north of Brentford High Street (the A315 road) on the embankment leading to the viaduct into the dock. The station closed on 22 March 1915 as a wartime economy measure, re-opened on 12 April 1920 and closed permanently in 1942. The station was demolished in 1957.
Hanworth Villa Football Club is a football club based in Hanworth, London Borough of Hounslow, England. They are currently members of the Combined Counties League Premier Division and play at Rectory Meadow.
Gunnersbury Park is a park in the London Borough of Hounslow between Acton, Brentford, Chiswick and Ealing, West London, England. Purchased for the nation from the Rothschild family, it was opened to the public by Neville Chamberlain, then Minister of Health, on 21 May 1926. The park is currently jointly managed by Hounslow and Ealing borough councils.
The Hogarth Roundabout is one of London's best known road junctions. It is situated at the junction of the A316 Great Chertsey Road and the A4 Great West Road in Chiswick.
National Heritage List for England number: 1240258