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Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Midweek day Walk - Greenford to Osterley

Greenford to Osterley

A walk through attractive open spaces in West London, visiting parks, a viaduct, a series of locks and a National Trust stately home.

Book 3* Walk 42   * online only

Length :  12 km or 7½ miles

Toughness :  1 out of 10

Getting there :  Catch the 10:15 am train from London Paddington to Greenford.
Calling Stations

  • Acton Mainline: departs 10:21
  • Ealing Broadway: departs 10:24
  • West Ealing: departs 10:27
  • Drayton Green: departs 10:30

Meeting point :  Greenford Station at 10:40 am

Tickets :  Buy a travelcard to cover your zone and zone 4

Brief Description

An easy walk in West London, hopefully not so muddy as last weeks romp.
Lunch is at a oldest Fuller's Pub with real ales and (apparently) good food.

Osterley House (later on in the walk) is not open at this time of year, but the gardens and café are.
You may find full details of this walk  here

Suggested Lunch stops

The Plough Inn  10 Tentelow Lane, Norwood Green t: 020 8574 7473

Suggested Tea stops

Stables Café at Osterley Park and House (open to 5:00 pm)

Map

A London A-Z map

Return train details

The regular Piccadilly Tube Service from Osterley Park.
Apparently you may alight at Northfields and walk back to Ealing Broadway via Lammas Park and Walpole Park, guided by a London A-Z Map




3 comments:

Marion- your local yokel said...

Intend coming on this interesting walk through west London which should be relatively mud free. Lots of drop off points for local buses and tube stations for anyone with stamina issues.

Marion said...

It was a beautiful easy walk in glorious sunshine with very little mud. Rare birds at the Bunny Park, Brunel's engineering masterpieces at the Viaduct and Three Bridges followed by an inspired Italian chef at the Plough lunchtime stop.

I’m writing a recommendation to Trip Adviser as we were looked after so well by the Landlord Derek O’Brien and his chef Donato. Even the kitchen porter is Italian and produced a masterpiece of Sea Bass in spicy grilled vegetables. Only 5 on the walk but a fab relaxing day.

Anonymous said...

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