Author Archives: Hazel
This mosaic can be found on the side of St Mark’s primary school at Green Lane.
St Mark’s Church on Lower Boston Road was a chapel of ease for St Mary’s and St Mellitus churches. It lasted 101 years (1879-1980) as a church but was deconsecrated and converted into flats.
This lovely fire point sign is on a house on the south side of the green opposite St Mark’s School on Lower Boston Road. If anybody knows what the green is actually called I will be very pleased to know.
This date incised on a house at the Green Lane end of St Margaret’s Road says 1873 when you count the number of sides the shapes have.
This lovely mosaic of a train on the Wharncliffe Viaduct can be seen on the side of St Mark’s primary school on Green lane.
A train goes over one of the icons of Hanwell and of Victorian engineering.
In 2008 I took a daily photograph of Studley Grange Road uphill and downhill from the middle of the road outside my house. The intention was to create sequences over the year showing how things changed (or stayed the same) … Continue reading
The Olympic Torch being carried along the Uxbridge Road in Hanwell by the general manager of Twitter UK, Tony Wang, on 24th July 2012.
The junction of Church Road, the Uxbridge Road and St George’s Road before the roundabout, the traffic lights and the zebra crossings.