London, United Kingdom 2019 XII

My last day in London involved walking to Hammersmith Bridge and then alongside the Thames River to Albert Bridge and return. Quite a walk I can tell you!

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“COFX” Coffee Shop, Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith, London, England UK


Chapel, Fulham Cemetery, Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith


Victorian Residences, Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith


Victorian Residential Properties, Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith

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Most of these properties appear to be upstairs and downstairs flats. They are valued in the vicinity of £650k each. Properties here are:

Berkley House
Selbourne House
Beaufort House
Sutherland House
Shaftesbury House
Salisbury House


Kings Arms, 425 New Kings Road, Fulham

Once known as “Larrik Inn”


The Temperance Pub & Kitchen, 90 Fulham High Street, Fulham


War Memorial, All Saints Church Grounds, Pryors Bank, Bishops Park, Fulham

War Memorial Sculptor: Alfred Turner


All Saints Church, Pryors Bank, Bishops Park, Fulham


Putney Bridge & River Thames, Fulham


Bridge Lamps, Putney Bridge, Fulham


Hopper Barge ACB Phoebe, River Thames, Putney

Hopper barges used to safely transport the spoil excavation from the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, a 25 km super sewer running mostly under the tidal section of the River Thames across Inner London to capture, store and convey almost all the raw sewage and rainwater that currently overflows into the Thames.


St Mary’s Church, Putney High Street, Putney, London, England UK


The White Lion, Putney High Street, Putney

Grade II Listed public house built in 1887. It later became a Slug and Lettuce chain pub, then The Litten Tree, then a Walkabout chain pub, then Wahoo, a sports bar. As of June 2019, it has been empty for over six years.


War Memorial, Putney High Street, Putney


The Boathouse, Brewhouse Lane, Putney


River Access, River Thames, Putney


Putney Bridge, River Thames, Putney


Fulham Railway Bridge, River Thames, Putney


“Motherfigure” by Alan Thornhill, Deodar Road, Putney


Yellow House, Deodar Road, Putney


“ER VII” Mailbox, Deodar Road, Putney


Thornhill House, 78 Deodar Road, Putney

Recently on the market for Guide price £2,650,000 (See Advertisement)


Wandsworth Park, Putney Bridge Road, Wandsworth


Battersea Bridge, River Thames, Battersea

In 1879 the original and dangerous wooden bridge was taken into public ownership, and in 1885 demolished and replaced with the existing bridge, designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette the man responsible for the revolutionary London Sewer system. . It is the narrowest surviving road bridge over the Thames in London, it is one of London’s least busy Thames bridges. The location on a bend in the river makes the bridge a hazard to shipping, and it has been closed many times due to collisions.


Albert Bridge, River Thames, Battersea

This Grade II Listed bridge crosses over the Tideway of the River Thames connecting Chelsea in Central London on the north, left bank to Battersea on the south. It was built as a toll bridge and operated as such for 6 years.

The toll booths are the only surviving booths in London today.



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