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I thoroughly enjoyed my weekly walks by the river from Acton to Putney bridge. Early Sunday morning or late evening.
Amazing view & you disconnect completely as long as you walk on the right side of the river under the trees& listen to the birds...More
River Thames of London is blessed with plenty of bridges throughout the city and the Hammersmith Bridge is the one which scared me the most. I mean not literally but figuratively.
Its a beautiful one with good ornate designs but heavy vehicular movement is barred...More
We walked over this beautiful bridge whilst watching the Head of the River Race. It is ornate and lovely. What a wonderful backdrop for the hundreds of boats racing down the Thames.
There is a riverside path on the south side (Barnes). Walkers, dogs, runners...More
Driving up to London, we ended up detouring and finding ourselves going over Hammersmith Bridge. The architecture is impressive and there are lovely views down the river. It's certainly not the smoothest of drives with metal studs over patches on the bridge but that doesn't...More
Hammersmith Bridge was the first suspension bridge across the River Thames. It connects the southern part of Hammersmith to Barnes. The original bridge was not strong enough to support the volume of traffic across it and a new bridge was built in 1884. This current...More
Hammersmith Bridge is one of the most memorable of all bridges across the Thames because of its green painted towers and rather bulky design. It's on a north-south axis connecting leafy Barnes with the centre of urban Hammersmith, two more contrasting localities in London one...More
I am in love with the bridges in London. They are all so super awesome! Hammersmith Bridge is perhaps one of the most western most bridges from Central London. It is a beautiful little bridge that connects Hammersmith to Richmond borough. This is a great...More
Owing to its proximity to Smithfield Market – the site of an ancient meat market which remains in operation today – Clerkenwell boasts a plethora of globally renowned restaurants, fabulous local eateries, and some of London's favorite pubs. This isn't merely a focal point for all things foodie though. Spend enough time wondering through the area's maze of streets and you might become accustomed to the litany of slinky
models passing between Clerkenwell's handful of fashion houses. Far outnumbering the models are craftspeople and designers, many of them are more than happy to welcome visitors into their studios and showrooms.