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Putney to Richmond Riverside Walk

Hosted by the Consul of the London Countryside Group
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Took place 1 month ago
Sat 26 Mar 14:00 - 17:30

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Join us for a delightful stroll along the river Thames

Distance: 9.5 miles ( Protected content ) Approx

Terrain: Flat

Start time: 14.00 pm

Finish time: 17.30 pm (approx)

Start: Putney Bridge Underground Station

End: Richmond Station

Point of interest along the way include:

Fulham Palace

London Wetland Centre

Syon House

Kew gardens

Hogarth's House

Bridges along the way

Putney Bridge is a grade II listed Protected content / granite arch bridge, widened in the Protected content .

Hammersmith Bridge is an elegant Protected content II listed suspension bridge.

Barnes Railway Bridge was built of cast iron in Protected content . It was replaced by a wrought iron bridge in the Protected content , with a pedestrian walkway.

Chiswick Bridge is a concrete arch bridge faced with Portland stone

Kew Railway Bridge is an Protected content II listed wrought iron lattice girder bridge. No pedestrian access

Kew Bridge is Protected content II listed stone bridge with long low arches.

Richmond Lock Footbridge is an elegant grade II listed Protected content . It can be crossed in daylight. It is closed at night

Twickenham Bridge is a concrete bridge, with art deco touches.

Richmond Railway Bridge is a Protected content iron (later rebuilt in steel) grade II listed truss arch bridge.

Richmond Bridge is a grade I listed 18th C stone arch bridge, and London's oldest surviving Thames bridge.

Hike leader: Anthony

Pace: Brisk

Walk fee: £5