Discover Wandsworth, SW8
With its gorgeous residential streets and plenty of open space, Wandsworth is a desirable suburb in the London Borough of Wandsworth. The area is situated on the place where the River Wandle enters the Thames. To distinguish the area from the borough and the historic Wandsworth District of the Metropolis, the suburb is also known as Wandsworth Town.
Wandsworth Common constitutes a large part of the open spaces in the area. Other popular landmarks in the district include the Wandsworth Museum and the De Morgan Centre. Southside shopping centre offers an attractive cinema and restaurant complex. The area is served by several railways stations including Wandsworth Tow, Wandsworth Common and Earlsfield.
Wandsworth Bridge over the River Thames connects the Battersea area near Wandsworth Town Station and Parsons Green and Sands Ends in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The bridge is notable for being a set up for parts of Stanley Kubrick’s film A Clockwork Orange.
The area between the town centre and the river was the site of the Ram Brewery owned by the Young & Co.’s Brewery P.L.C. The brewery was closed in 2006 and the brewing operations were transferred. With its long history dating back to 1550, Ram Brewery is considered Britain’s oldest brewery in continuous operation.
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