Sylvia Pankhurst (the best Pankhurst) commissioned this anti air war memorial. It was designed by Eric Benfield and unveiled in 1935. It is on the High Road in Woodford and is quite hard to spot. It is opposite the Toyota dealership on the other side of a busy dual carriageway.
This is lovely. City Radio Stores have been in Ealing since 1929. I feel like buying a wireless.
This art nouveau shop entrance is at 7 The Mall in Ealing. It is now a Paddy Power and kudos to them for not covering it up.
There are so many photographs of the marvellous Art Deco wonder that is Park Royal tube station that I thought I’d try for a different perspective – this is from the window of the women’s toilets.
Where the Grand Union Canal becomes the river Brent in Hanwell.
The inscription on this belongs to the Hanwell Cottage Hospital that used to be on Green Lane. It can be found next to Mount Olive Court, the block of flats that was built on the site.
This is the view west from the Quakers Lane footbridge in Isleworth/Osterley. It was late afternoon on a beautiful but chilly day.
I have no idea who these horses belong to. They have been grazing in Trumpers Field for a few years now.