Place:Grove Park, Middlesex, England

NameGrove Park
Coordinates51.4826°N 0.3209°W
Located inMiddlesex, England     ( - 1965)
See alsoHounslow (London Borough), Greater London, EnglandLondon Borough into which the municipal borough was transferred in 1965

Not to be confused with Grove Park, Lewisham.

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Grove Park is a small area located in the eastern section of the Hounslow, near Chiswick railway station. It is located in the meander of the Thames occupied by Duke's Meadows park.[1]

Like many London districts Grove Park in its modern form dates to the building of the railways in the mid to late 19th century; following the construction of Chiswick station in 1849 the Grove Park Hotel was built in 1867, followed by housing and a church.[2] Growth was slow but steady, with some small-scale industry (e.g. soap making) locating itself in the area. The area is now a primarily residential one noted for its abundance of green spaces and sporting facilities.[3]

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