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 Gunnersbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gunnersbury is a place in the London Borough of Hounslow, west London.
Gunnersbury Catholic School is a boys only Catholic comprehensive.
This page was last modified 16:36, 22 May 2005. /wiki/Gunnersbury

 Gunnersbury signal box
At that time it was called Gunnersbury Junction, and controlled the junction at the north end of Gunnersbury station which was in Chiswick, West London.
Gunnersbury box closed on 26th March 1980 and is now controlled from the panel in Richmond box, although it is interesting to note that the signals in the area are plated "GB".
In 1881, the station was enlarged, and a replacement 22-lever frame was provided by the London and South Western; this was of Stevens and Sons design which was the LandSW's preferred type. /gallery/s/gunnersbury.htm

 Kew Gardens station
The station, and the track between Gunnersbury station (immediately to the north) and Richmond station (immediately to the south), passed into the hands of British Rail on nationalisation and are now owned by Network Rail.
The station is one of the few remaining 19th century stations on the North London Line; it is a two-storey building in yellow brick with prominent round-headed window openings.
Is the nearest station to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the Public Record Office. /encyclopedia/Kew_Gardens_station

 :: SAPCOTE developments ::
Gunnersbury Station, 5 minutes walk, has District Line and Silverlink Metro providing fast ways around north London. /webdocs/power_rd_studios.html

 Foxtons: Property for sale in Brooks Road, Gunnersbury, W4 (Flat)
Gunnersbury Station (District Line and British Rail) is near by and the motorist will find easy access to the A4/M4 for routes in and out of London and towards Heathrow Airport.
Brooks Road is conveniently located for an excellent variety of exclusive shops, bars and restaurants on Chiswick High Road.
Situated within a charming property on this quiet residential street, a beautiful one bedroomed duplex apartment arranged over the first and second floors that boasts spacious accommodation, a private rear garden and off-street parking. /property-for-sale-in-gunnersbury/chwk0002573

 PS Wiki Encyclopedia
This large station served the popular east London park and was a junction between the North London Line and the now extinct branch running to the Old Ford station (on Old Ford Road) and Bow Church station (now Bow Church DLR station).
This station was on York Road to the north of goods yards serving Kings Cross station approximately where the tunnel portal for the Channel Tunnel Rail Link has been constructed.
The station was closed in 1934 probably due to its close proximity to Canonbury station. /PSWiki/index.php?title=North_London_Line

 Richmond and Twickenham Times: News and Features: B.C.I Local News
He warned that the impact on transport around Gunnersbury Station could bring the situation to "breaking point" as it was already struggling to cope with the increased demand created by Chiswick Business Park.
There was a South Acton station study undertaken in 2001, but already the number of people entering the site from the Bollo Lane entrance seems far in excess of the anticipated results of that study.
"With the northern end of the development not yet built and a 28% square footage increase at that end of the site, we do feel that another revision of the survey of passenger movements and foot traffic between South Acton station and the site needs to be undertaken. /news/newsbct/display.var.441535.0.doubts_over_developments.php - Chiswick Business Park
Gunnersbury station (right outside the southern entrance to the park) would be upgraded.
A new footbridge will be constructed from the north-eastern corner of the site over the North London Line and the Gunnersbury Triangle Nature Reserve to Colonial Drive; this will create a new pedestrian route from Chiswick Park station to to business park.
Bus route 27 would be extended from its current terminus (at the North Acton Lane / Chiswick High St crossroads) along Chiswick High St, through the business park and up Bollo Lane to Acton Town station, with buses running through the eastern side of the business park. /project/100

 Gunnersbury Park - The Open Guide to London
Museum in north east corner (latter best approached from Acton Town Station) and a bowling green in the middle of the north side.
Immortalised in the song 'Gunnersbury Park' by the 'Hit Parade' on Sarah Records, cult indie label of the late eighties/early nineties....
Gunnersbury Park - The Open Guide to London /index.cgi?id=Gunnersbury%20Park

 JRULM: F - Biographical Index of Methodist Ministers
He was finally forced to abandon his station and join a long difficult march into a neighbouring province.
He is also mentioned in a letter of the itinerant John Allen, as having been stationed in London in 1772.
The family were resident at Gunnersbury House in Middlesex. /data1/dg/methodist/bio/biof.html

 Chiswick West
It is not known at this state if further plans will be submitted but the West Chiswick and Gunnersbury Society are planning a march against over-development in the area next April.
One local resident commented that this was not the end of the issue, "We saw how in the case of the Pinnacle a series of applications gradually wore down resistance to the scheme as people felt that objections to one plan automatically would be considered on subsequent plans.
After it became clear the original plans would not pass a revised proposal was presented which abandoned the idea of a hotel, increased the amount of affordable housing and decreased the size of the main tower from 30 storeys to 28. /info/echiswickwest19.htm

 Gallery :: London Fire Stations
Corydon Fire Station is a big station because this was a County Borough when built in 1960.
The previous station was built in 1902 and replaced the old Clapham fire station which is behind the camera...
It replaced a station in the same street which was reduced to a sub station until after 1945. /gallery/view_comments.php?set_albumName=London1

 Vantage West
Gunnersbury Station is within half a mile, and provides District Line Underground services to Central London, Richmond, Hammersmith and Silverlink services between Richmond and North Woolwich.
Kew Bridge Station provides mainline services to London Waterloo and Reading.
Vantage West offers spectacular far-reaching views of the M4 / A4 to the south, and Gunnersbury Park to the north. /docs/location.htm

 The SABRE Roads Website
The first landmark we encounter is Gunnersbury station, with the site of Chiswick Works, spiritual home of the London Bus, across the road.
The kink in the Chiswick High Road near Gunnersbury station is a clue.
Passing the turning for Turnham Green station on the left (B491) and the insignificant-looking Chiswick Lane (which is in fact the A316) on the right, we now reach Stamford Brook, which is the junction with the A402, allowing traffic to regain the Roman route to Shepherds Bush and beyond. /TheSABRERoadsWebsite/roadsnews.msnw?action=get_message&mview=0&ID_Message=30260&LastModified=4675474546292281293&all_topics=1

 Gunnersbury Hotels. Hotels in Gunnersbury - Accommodation UK
From a cheap Gunnersbury hotel, to 4 and 5 star Gunnersbury hotels with special offers, you are sure to find the best Gunnersbury hotel Accommodation for you.
Situated close to Hammersmith Underground Station, the Novotel London West is ideally located for exploring London's West End, Heathrow Airport, Olympia, Earl's Court and the attractive Thames frontage with its famous riverside pubs.
All our discount Gunnersbury hotels are specially selected with guaranteed low internet rates for all our England and UK hotels. /England/Greater_London/Gunnersbury/hotels3

 Old Kew Junction 1
The North London Line from Richmond can be accessed at Gunnersbury Station, but this station is some distance to the east of the study area.
Kew Bridge Station is served by the SouthWest Trains suburban "Hounslow Loop" line service from Waterloo to Brentford and Hounslow.
There is a line from South Acton Station which passes through the site before joining the Waterloo line to the west. /brentford/section1.htm

 Gunnersbury Station - The Open Guide to London
This station is at the foot of the British Standards Institute building (formerly one of two IBM offices in Chiswick) and the station is frequented by BSI staff.
The station is about 2 minutes walk from Chiswick Roundabout, which is a convenient place for [hitching] ?
Bizarrely, the original station was [ demolished by a tornado in December 1954 ]. /index.cgi?Gunnersbury_Station

 Find a Property - London W4 England UK
A large two bedroom flat situated in this quiet residential road moments from Gunnersbury station and only a short walk to Chiswick High Road
Gunnersbury Tube (district line)& Sliverlink overground are 3 mins away.
The flat is located moments from Turnham Green station. /area.aspx?areaid=0018&opt=prop&salerent=1&bedrooms=2&abeds=1&type2=1

 Gunnersbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gunnersbury is a place in West London, England in the London Borough of Hounslow.
This page was last modified 23:30, 3 Jun 2004. /wiki/Gunnersbury,_London,_England - Tube Stations - the online underground tube journey planner for London
No places of interest were found near Gunnersbury, if you know some, please let us know.
London Underground Ltd, Gunnersbury Station, Station Approach, Chiswick High Road, LONDON, W4 4AN
Please note, we are not affiliated or associated with London Underground in any form. /cgi-bin/station/

Gunnersbury is a place in West London, England in the Quick Facts about: London Borough of Hounslow
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 Chiswick office
It’s a three minutes walk from Gunnersbury station, or a four minutes walk from Chiswick Park station, both on the District line.
From the M25, take Junction 15 onto the M4 direction London. /default.aspx?tabid=55

 hotel around Gunnersbury - London Hotel Directory
Acton Town Hotel, 109 Gunnersbury Lane London Established in 1985, it is...
Hotels near Gunnersbury Park Museum with Hotel Accommodation Guest Rev
Acton Town Hotel, 109 Gunnersbury Lane London..Established in 1985.....the Model... /hotel-around-Gunnersbury.php

 Styles and George LLP Chartered Accountants
Travel to Gunnersbury tube station on the District Line using a west bound train marked Richmond.
Alight at the bus stop outside the Institute for Advanced Motorists (past Chiswick roundabout and just after Gunnersbury station).
Gunnersbury: Silver Link trains (North London Line) run frequently to Gunnersbury between Richmond and Woolwich. /london.htm

 Gunnersbury, London, England - Music Voyager Travel Guides : Information Portal
Gunnersbury is a place in London, England in the London Borough of Hounslow.
Take a peek through the musicVOYAGER directory (immediately listed below) to start browsing the most popular stations.
Gunnersbury, London, England - Music Voyager Travel Guides : Information Portal /info/gu/Gunnersbury.html

 GF-X Global Freight Exchange
The office is conveniently located for both Gunnersbury (closest) and Chiswick Park tube stations, both of which are on the District Line.
Come out of the station, turn left and walk to the roundabout, cross over the roundabout and take the road past the Peugeot garage which is straight ahead.
It is also about an eight minute walk from Kew Bridge, a mainline station. /headoffice.html

 Chiswick West
The Society are concerned about the "croydonisation" of this part of Chiswick, particularly plans for a 28 storey high office block above Gunnersbury station.
The theme of the march is : 'To preserve the heart of Chiswick and Gunnersbury and STOP the over-development of office space.
A spokesperson for the group said, "We're also fighting to conserve historic buildings in the area." Much of the West Chiswick was recently incorporated into a new conservation area. /info/echiswickwest18.htm

 New Orders
The John Bull was a famous music pub for many years, on the main road between Chiswick and Brentford; it was almost exactly opposite Gunnersbury Station.
This is the nearest pub to Westminster Underground Station and the Houses of Parliament, so gets plenty of tourists.
The St Stephen's Tavern was closed down from about 1986, and reopened late 2003 as an ornate public house. /people/chris.amies/lastorders/neworders.html

 Public Enquiry into Gunnersbury Tower Block plans
The planning enquiry into the proposals for a major development at the Chiswick West site near Gunnersbury Station begins next week.
The developers behind the plans are described in the application as Clifton Cape though investigations have failed to reveal any company registered in that name. /info/echiswickwest31.htm

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