Warwick Dene skirts the western edge of Ealing Common.
Ealing Common is an area of open space which became prominent at the time of the enclosures of the late eighteenth century.
Argyle Road came into existence in 1870.
Blondin Avenue is named after 19th century acrobat Blondin.
Didn’t mention that there’s yet another interesting but quick way into SW8 from W5 than other ways mentioned. The 65 takes one to Ealing Broadway station from which the future Elizabeth Line will whisk you into Paddington in next to no time. Then it gets complicated to be fair. If you walk rather than bus, …
Many streets in this guide are derived from the Conservation Area Guides from the London Borough of Ealing. Certain entries were adapted from the http://www.westealingneighbours.org.uk website. ACTON Acton is drained by two main streams. The Bollo Brook rises near Fordhook and flows south-eastward to Acton Green, passing into Chiswick. The Stamford Brook’s western branch, apparently rising …