DISCOVER: The Duke's River Walk
The lower Duke of Northumberland’s River flows for 4 km from Kneller Gardens in Twickenham to the River Thames in Isleworth. The river was constructed in the sixteenth century to supply water to mills in Isleworth. Today the river is a tranquil green corridor through urban west
London linking the River Crane to the River Thames.
|Directions - How to get there||
|Duke of Northumberland's River (DNR) runs from the River Crane at Mereway Nature Park, northwards past the Stoop and RFU stadia through Mogden and then eastwards through Silverhall Park to the Thames at Isleworth. There are a number of places to join and see the DNR.
Click on the Location or Postcodes (right) for maps.
Transport for London
|Mereway||TW2 6RF||TQ 14950 73300|
|Langhorn Drive, Chertsey Road, A316||TW2 7SX||TQ 15125 73890|
|Warren Road / Whitton Road, B361||TW2 7DE||TQ 15100 74060|
|Whitton Dene||TW7 7LW||TQ 15300 74650|
|Worton Road, Oak Lane||TW7 6HH||TQ 15335 75515|
|Twickenham Road, A310 (Silverhall Park)||TW7 6AA||TQ 16120 76020|
|Mill Plat, Isleworth||TW7 6DY||TQ 16635 75970|