The area had been open fields, orchards and market gardens until the 1850s but the arrival of the railway at Hammersmith ten years later changed all that and by 1890 the area from King Street to Goldhawk Road was completely built over.
‘In a fit of pique Cobden-Sanderson threw all the type into the river from Hammersmith Bridge’
Discover the history of family names and royal connections in your road. Location: Brackenbury Village, Hammersmith, London, W6
Eminent historian Oliver Cyriax walks the ghostly footprints of time to reveal the ancient civilisation of Bracknor Wot. Lydia Sinforth, Hammersmith’s Comparative Therapist “Imagine an affordable 500 kHz pulse rate city-mapping system that measures high-density strata on the urban floodplain,”…