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View towards Brentford Bridge

View along road into Brentford including Brentford Bridge

A view from London Road, Isleworth (also known as 'Brentford End') looking easterly towards Brentford Bridge.

A sign for Commerce Road to the left is just visible above the bus; the spire of St Paul's church rises above it. The pub on the right is O'Briens freehouse, at 11 London Road, Isleworth.

In the foreground the brickwork marks the site of a former railway bridge. This branch of the GWR gave access to Brentford Dock; it opened in 1859 and closed in 1964, providing a freight service during this period; it also carried passengers between 1860-1915 and 1920-1942 (Alan Godfrey OS map reprint, Brentford, 1894)

Thanks to Dave Stoneleigh who provided this photograph, taken on June 28th 2008 during the Brentford Festival weekend.

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