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View eastwards near Augustus Close

View along traffic-free High Street

View from the south side of Brentford High Street taken from outside the Six Bells pub at no.149, looking eastwards. Augustus Close is off to the right. Augustus Close is along the line of the old railway and provides access to Brentford Dock.

The Brentford Lock development is to the left. The gap between the two blocks follows the line of Durham Wharf, which lay between nos. 170 & 171 (S60: a photo of the area in the 1950s). /p>

A postcard of New Brentford shows a similar view from around 100 years earlier.

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

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Published December 2009