Fulham has changed enormously in the last twenty-five years; smart shops and restaurants have moved inexorably west along the Fulham Road, terraces of pleasant houses were spruced up and the former industrial areas, having lain derelict for years, have been redeveloped. The author begins with Fulham's rural past, the nursery gardens and mansions, when the area was closely associated with the Thames and dominated by the Bishop of London's palace.
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