Place:Grove Park, Middlesex, England

NameGrove Park
Coordinates51.4826°N 0.3209°W
Located inMiddlesex, England     ( - 1965)
See alsoChiswick, Middlesex, Englandurban district of which it was part 1894-1927
Brentford and Chiswick, Middlesex, Englandurban district (then municipal borough) in which it was located 1927-1965
Hounslow (London Borough), Greater London, EnglandLondon Borough into which the municipal borough was transferred in 1965

NOTE: 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 Borough of Hounslow, near Chiswick railway station. It is located in the meander of the Thames occupied by Duke's Meadows park.

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. 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.

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