Earl’s Court to Turnham Green Tube Walk

Earl’s Court to West Kensington

I leave Earl’s Court by the west exit passing the Earl’s Court Exhibition Building and head up Warwick Road. I turn left into Cromwell Road from where I get a view of the other side the Exhibition Building.

I continue west along the road and then just inside North End Road I reach West Kensington tube station.

West Kensington to Barons Court

I walk along Talgarth Road which curves to the right. There is a long line of terrace houses on the left hand side.

I turn right into Gliddon Road and arrive at Barons Court underground station.

Barons Court to Hammersmith

I pass a red brick college and head towards the Hammersmith Flyover.

Just before passing under the flyover I pass this large glass office. A short distance beyond the flyover is the District and Piccadilly line entrance of Hammersmith tube station.

Hammersmith to Ravenscourt Park

King Street is a busy shopping street containing many big name shops and some smaller ones.

I pass the Rivercourt Methodist Church, turn into Ravenscourt Road and then reach Ravenscourt Park tube station.

Ravenscourt Park to Stamford Brook

I walk through part of Ravenscourt Park and then along Ravenscourt gardens which is lined with large white semi-detached houses.

I turn onto Goldhawk Road and reach Stamford Brook tube station.

Stamford Brook to Turnham Green

I head back onto the main road which is lined with more shops.

I turn right onto Turnham Green Terrace and get to Turnham Green underground station.

One thought on “Earl’s Court to Turnham Green Tube Walk”

  1. I went to school at the now-defunct, ‘Corona Academy of Dramtic Arts,” by Ravenscourt Park, but I lived at 41 Blenhiem Road, Chiswick. I got on the train at Turnham Green which took me to Ravenscourt Park Station – and though a short trip – it was simply beautiful!

    I now live of the island of Newfoundland – which is itself a nature praradise. But I do miss Chiswick.

    I notice the picture of Turnham Green Station the flower-seller. I think they have been there since the war. Are they still there?

    I wonder of there are any reasonably-priced hotels, or suchlike, in Chiswick?

    St. John’s, Newfoundland.

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