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Park Landmarks
Dukes Meadows Park a Riverside Park in Chiswick London
Edensor Road Entrance to Dukes Meadows
Large Field by Play Ground
The Bandstand in Dukes Meadows
Entrance to Play Areas and Market
Fantastic Herons by Kevin Herlihy
Kings House Sports Ground Entrance
Sculptures at Corny Reach Entrance to Dukes Meadows
Pedestrian Entrance from Thames Path
Promenade Approach Logs along side road
Replacement Beches
Riverside Drive Entrance to Dukes Meadows
Pedestrian Entrance to Dukes Meadows from Edensor Road. The road behind the gates is called Promenade Approach Road
Riverside Drive Entrance to Dukes Meadows
this entrance is off the main A316 Great Chertsey Road
These two sculptures are at the Corny Reach
Entrance to Dukes Meadows. Artist Ricky Grimes
Pedestrian Entrance to the play areas and farmers and fine foods market, beside Alexandra Gardens flats
The Fantastic HeronsCommunity Art Project Creeated from recycled materials by artist Kevin Herlihy and pupils from cavendish primary school
Supported by Sinlapore airlines, Thames21 and Fodm. Unveiled by Ann Keen MP on 18 June 2004
The Bandstand is located beside the River Thames on Promenade Approach
Now structurally sound from private funding of £10,000 It's often mentioned on Boat Race day
Pedestrian walkway from the Thames Path, which takes you to the play areas and the Farmers Market
The Large field that boarders the the playground and water play area
The Benches on the River front observation bays, replaced in 1999 by Fodm and again in 2010 by DMTrust
The Entrance to
Kings House Sports Ground formally the Civil Service Ground
Promenade Approach
Heading away from Barnes Bridge
The Logs were laid to make it safer for picnics ect and stop vehicles parking
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Photos of Places and Landmarks around Dukes Meadows
Barnes Bridge Boat Clubs
Barnes Bridge From Boat Houses
The Promenade Tow Path
Viewing Bay looking at Barnes Bridge
Emanual School Rowing Club. Cygnet and Barnes Bridge ladies Rowing Clubs
Barnes Bridge from
Boat Houses on
River Thames
Promenade Tow Path
from Barnes Bridge
Viewing Bay by Rowing Clubs, looking at Barnes Bridge
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Grove Park Farm House
Grove Park Farm also known as Smiths Farm, it was part of the bigger Grove Farm on land owned by the Duke of Devonshire