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The gps didn't work until we got to the Thames Path.   The map enlarges

Crane and Light

The squirrel demanded food

Crow in Brompton Cemetery

Brompton Cemetary


Pity about the rubbish in Billings Road

I crossed myself...  We had coffee opposite in the Butcher's Hook

Such a shame

The building is rotting away

There was some stained glass in the upper windows and patterns of coloured squares downstairs.

Someone please save this building it's on the market for 2.5 million!

Variation in filaments


We had an early lunch at a pub on Eel Brook Common when the rain became heavier, which worked out well as the weather improved afterwards.  

Blue suede and sparkle

Rival Talisman

Lions galore added to his buildings by the builder Jimmy Nichols

Putney rail bridge

Commemorating the Boat Race

St Mary's Church by Putney Bridge

Bridge lights

Putney Bridge

Putney Bridge


Cone sculpture and cedar

Fulham Palace - One time residence of the Bishop of London

Tudor Tower


Bishops' Tree - info on the right enlarges



Ducks enjoying the fountain


Bishop Fitzjames's Gate into the walled garden which was  mainly planted with blue and yellow flowers

Dianthus rainbow loveliness

We had a cup of coffee at the palace

Elderberry flowers

Gnarled tree

Yellow bearded iris



All Saints Church Fulham

Severed hands on the left

Handsome roof


From the eastern church?

Unusual lectern

Fish gargoyle

Somebody and a swan

Once the Kings Arms, then Larrick Inn now King's Arms again - above extention added in the 1880's

The sun came out on our way home.   It had been a good day out.   We lost Peter at the Station as he left by the other exit, but found him again on the way home.