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Victoria Steps (Work in progress)

Victoria Steps run south off the High Street down to the river Thames and Victoria Steps Quay. This is at the eastern end of High Street; Victoria Court to the eastern side has address 4 to 6 High Street. The Salutation Almshouses were at 6 High Street.

As at May 2023, the earliest reference to Victoria Steps, Brentford in the British Newspaper Archive is in the Middlesex Chronicle, 5 May 1967. it refers to the houseboat Irene being moored at Victoria Steps, High Street, Brentford.

Hammersmith & Shepherds Bush Gazette, 3 October 1986, reported on Mr Alonso's plans to 'build a complex comprising a pontoon with moorings and other riverside facilities at Waterman's Park, Brentford. The 185ft pontoon would run from Waterman's Park to Victoria Steps and will have room for a special historical residential vessel and five houseboats.'


To be published 2023