Here Sir Mathew Hale, Bishop Lloyd, and Baxter lived. The old Catholic church is worth a visit.
About one mile beyond Willesden Junction we cross the Great Western, and another mile brings us to the town of
A short branch, 1¼ mile, turns off to the left here, by which the tourist is enabled to visit
The most remarkable object here is the Suspension Bridge, a light and elegant structure, 688 feet long and 20 feet wide, completed by Tierney Clarke in 1827, at a cost of about £80,000. A charge of a h…
Retracing our route to Acton, and pursuing our course onward a mile and a half, we are brought to our destination at
A picturesque village on the banks of the Thames, about seven miles from London, and one mile from Richmond. The palace contains a few pictures, but the gardens are the principal objects of attraction.
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