Monthly Archives: January 2016

Walk 8: Feltham walk to Staines

Walk 8: FELTHAM walk to STAINES est. 2 1/2 hours  The train line opened in 1848. Routing note: This walks connects in Feltham with walk 7. It does not connect to other train walks in Staines, but it connects there … Continue reading

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Walk 7: Whitton to Feltham to Hounslow walk

Walk 7 WHITTON to FELTHAM to HOUNSLOW est. 2 1/2 hours The train line between Whitton and Feltham was part of the planned link between London and the Royal residence at Windsor and was opened in 1848. The train line … Continue reading

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Walk 6: Richmond walk to Hounslow

Walk 6: RICHMOND walk to HOUNSLOW 3 hours   The train line between Richmond and Staines passing Twickenham is the main line opened in 1848 as part of a planned link between London and the Royal residence of Windsor. A … Continue reading

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Walk 5: Barnes walk to Richmond

Walk 5 BARNES walk to RICHMOND short option 2 hours long option 4 hours The train line opened in 1846 as a section of the important link between London and the Royal residence at Windsor. Routing note: This walk connects … Continue reading

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Walk 4: Kew Bridge walk to Hounslow

Walk 4 KEW BRIDGE walk to HOUNSLOW 3 hours The train line opened in 1850 in order to provide an alternative connection towards Windsor as the existing line via Richmond was already quite busy. The line was also soon used … Continue reading

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Walk 3: Barnes walk to Kew Bridge

Walk 3 BARNES walk to KEW BRIDGE 2 1/2 hours The train line opened in 1850 in order to provide a connection between the Channel sea ports and the Midlands via Clapham Junction, Acton and Hendon. Passenger trains use the … Continue reading

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