The history of a once bucolic part of London has been researched by the Barnes & Mortlake History Society. Until the beginning of the 19th century Barnes was inaccessible, but the construction of Hammersmith Bridge in 1827 and the coming of the railway in 1846 changed that. Picturesque Mortlake has an industrial history which includes the notable Tapestry Works, opened in the reign of James I, two potteries and the famous Mortlake Brewery. Adjoining, secluded East Sheen was a place of villas and mansions.
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