Burns Way, TW5

Road in/near Hounslow, existing between 1935 and now

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Burns Way postcode featuring the Southall Gasometer in the background
Credit: Raphael Tuck and Sons

Burns Way, lying to the north of Hounslow West, lies next to the remains of Hounslow’s countryside.

Roads hereabouts were named after poets with Shelley Crescent and Browning Way.

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VIEW THE HOUNSLOW AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE HOUNSLOW AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE HOUNSLOW AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE HOUNSLOW AREA IN THE 1860s
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Hounslow

The London Borough of Hounslow is a borough in the west of London.

This outer borough is on the Thames River and was the site of the first stop on an important coach route to Southampton and Bath. Hounslow town developed on either side of the main Great West Road from London to the West of England, causing a large number of inns to be built to serve the travellers. A few, such as The Bell retain their names, although the buildings have been replaced.

The borough has grown rapidly in the latter half of the 20th century due to other travellers. This time due to its connection to Heathrow Airport.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Albert Road, TW3 · Albion Road, TW3 · Alice Way, TW3 · Almorah Road, TW5 · Ambassador Close, TW3 · Amberley Way, TW4 · Argyle Avenue, TW3 · Argyle Road, TW3 · Armytage Road, TW5 · Ash Grove, TW5 · Avenue Crescent, TW5 · Bath Road, TW3 · Bell Parade, TW3 · Benson Close, TW3 · Browning Way, TW5 · Bulstrode Avenue, TW3 · Bulstrode Gardens, TW3 · Bulstrode Road, TW3 · Burnham Gardens, TW4 · Burns Way, TW5 · Cambria Close, TW3 · Carrington Avenue, TW3 · Carrinton Avenue, TW3 · Catherine Gardens, TW3 · Chatsworth Close, TW3 · Chaucer Avenue, TW4 · Church Close, TW3 · Church Stretton Road, TW3 · Clipstone Road, TW3 · Coombe Close, TW3 · Corban Road, TW3 · Cranston Close, TW3 · Cromwell Road, TW3 · Cross Lances Road, TW3 · Dalmeny Crescent, TW3 · Dean Road, TW3 · Dene Avenue, TW3 · Derby Road Industrial Estate, TW3 · Derby Road, TW3 · Estridge Close, TW3 · Fairfields Road, TW3 · Francis Road, TW4 · Grafton Close, TW4 · Granville Avenue, TW3 · Grasmere Avenue, TW3 · Great West Road, TW3 · Green Parade, TW3 · Grosvenor Road, TW3 · Grove Road, TW3 · Hamilton Crescent, TW3 · Hanworth Road, TW3 · Harlech Gardens, TW5 · Haslemere Avenue, TW5 · Heath Court, TW3 · Heath Road, TW3 · Heldman Close, TW3 · Hibernia Gardens, TW3 · Hibernia Road, TW3 · Hollygrove Close, TW3 · Hospital Road, TW3 · Hounslow Avenue, TW3 · Hounslow Gardens, TW3 · International Avenue, TW5 · Inverness Road, TW3 · Issa Road, TW3 · Ivy Lodge, TW3 · Ivy Road, TW3 · Johnson Road, TW5 · Khalsa Way, TW3 · Laburnum Grove, TW3 · Lancaster Place, TW4 · Lanigan Drive, TW3 · Leamington Close, TW3 · Legrace Avenue, TW4 · Leigh Road, TW3 · Lela Avenue, TW4 · Lichfield Road, TW4 · Linden Avenue, TW3 · Lyncroft Gardens, TW3 · Lynmouth Gardens, TW5 · Marchside Close, TW5 · Marnell Way, TW4 · Maswell Park Crescent, TW3 · Maswell Park Road, TW3 · Mauveine Gardens, TW3 · Millwood Road, TW3 · Murray Avenue, TW3 · Nelson Gardens, TW3 · New Road, TW3 · Newall Road, TW6 · Nicholes Road, TW3 · Norman Crescent, TW5 · Osborne Road, TW3 · Park Avenue, TW3 · Park Close, TW3 · Park Road, TW3 · Parklands Parade, TW5 · Parkside Road, TW3 · Penderel Road, TW3 · Perkin Close, TW3 · Phoenix Distribution Park, TW5 · Phoenix Way, TW5 · Pownall Gardens, TW3 · Pownall Road, TW3 · Princes Mews, TW3 · Priory Road, TW3 · Raccoon Way, TW4 · Rollit Crescent, TW3 · Rosebery Road, TW3 · Roseville Avenue, TW3 · Rossindel Road, TW3 · Rydal Gardens, TW3 · Scylla Road, TW14 · Scylla Road, TW6 · Sheepcote Close, TW5 · Shelley Crescent, TW5 · Shelley Cresent, TW5 · Shirley Close, TW3 · Shirley Drive, TW3 · Smoothfield, TW3 · Southall Lane, TW5 · Southland Way, TW3 · Southland Way, TW7 · Springwell Road, TW5 · St Heliers Avenue, TW3 · St Pauls Close, TW3 · St Stephens Road, TW3 · St. Aubyn’s Avenue, TW4 · St. Helier’s Avenue, TW3 · St. Stephen’s Rd, TW3 · Stansfield Road, TW4 · Station Road, TW3 · Steve Biko Way, TW3 · STRAFFORD ROAD, TW3 · The Avenue, TW3 · Travellers Way, TW4 · Upton Road, TW3 · Victory Way, TW5 · Vine Place, TW3 · Wareham Close, TW3 · Wellington Avenue, TW3 · Whittle Road, TW5 · Whitton Road, TW3 · Whitton Waye, TW3 · Wills Crescent, TW3 · Wills Cresent, TW3 · Windsor Road, TW4 · Wivenhoe Court, TW3 · Wolsey Close, TW3 ·

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Ordnance Survey of the London region (1939) FREE DOWNLOAD
Ordnance Survey colour map of the environs of London 1:10,560 scale
Ordnance Survey. Crown Copyright 1939.

Outer London (1901) FREE DOWNLOAD
Outer London shown in red, City of London in yellow. Relief shown by hachures.
Stanford's Geographical Establishment. London : Edward Stanford, 26 & 27, Cockspur St., Charing Cross, S.W. (1901)
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