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  • St Catherines churchfre
  • St Catherines churchfre
  • St Catherines churchfre
  • Grove Village not feltham just to the side of it in Bedfont , We have the GV este fab place to live and fab community feeling , like living g in the country side on the edges with all the green areas . Yes we have some toe rags ,but over all a Good place to live
  • St Dunstans Church
  • The Red lion public house is about 200 hundred years old
  • The old feltham School.
  • Highfields, It used to look great when arriving by train into Feltham and the first thing that met you was the tower blocks.
  • Highfields, Used to look great arriving back into Feltham and seeing the great tower blocks.
  • Highfields, Used to look great arriving back into Feltham and seeing the great tower blocks.
  • The towns church.
  • The Cathlic church behind the pond.
  • The old church entrance & spire which they incorporated into the those naff offices on the hill by the station
  • FCA - by far the most asthetically pleasing building you'll find
  • The Spire...its a folly...which means its a copy of another spire...but I think its dead cool anyway
  • The Longford Centre
  • Got to be Bethany Church Bedfont High Street , a really sweet old building, a lovely Community Church..
  • The Fawns Manor House in Bedfont , It was a lovely building , before they turned it in to appartments for the Airport. I remmeber bunking school over there when i was a wee thing.......
  • Has to by St Catherines Tower....its a landmark from miles around
  • The Red Lion pub was built at the turn of the century, and is quite a charming building. Contrast with it's inhabitiants however. The Royal Lodge, next to Hanworth Park - Very picturesque round here.
  • My house????
  • Cardinal Road Infant's School, formerly the Hanworth Road Junior Mixed school, has tastefully preserved its frontage from the nineteenth century and provides an interesting diversion while waiting for buses here. The former public loos on this part of the road too have apparently been tastefully converted into a small craft workshop.
  • The railway station - fastest way out of Feltham since "traffic-calming" turned the high street into a permanent traffic jam.
  • Hardly a favourite, but Feltham's most infamous feature is the Young Offenders Complex, still known to old-timers as the Borstal. St Giles Hotel, formerly the Astronaut House office building has been tastefully converted and looks quite nice illuminated by blue light at night "Feltham's Folly", the spire of the former St Catherine's Church near the station is definitely the town's most prominent landmark
  • Railway Tavern - a classic old building with old people in it! Coffin dodgers abound!
  • In truth the old Steeple by the train station is a nice building, and its a council building now which is better than it being turned into some cheap coffee shop.
  • feltham station. my gateway to get the hell out of this shithole!
  • Feltham Arena. Hoardes of soccer pilgrims flock to the spiritual homeo f world soccer from all over the Combines Counties.
  • Tescos
  • The old Church now converted into offices, very nice. New railway station not bad as well.
  • st giles hotel and sap building and cisco systems buildings
  • Allthe buildings along both ponds as well as St. Dunstan's Church and the Rose and Crown corner.
  • Fawns Manor in Bedfont, Pate's Manor, Burlington lodge and St. Marys Church on Bedfont Green. White Lodge on Harlington Road, St Catherines spire and The Red Lion on Feltham High Street.
  • Catherienes point-listed church spire!
  • A recently built small apartment block, on the site where the Locomotive Pub used to stand. Access to the houses at the rear, is through the middle of the Biulding.
  • the tallest church spire in the borough, all thats left of st.catherines, they demolished the rest of it. probably because it was too cultured for the inhabitants!
  • Feltham has no nice buildings.. Possibly the General Roy - At a push
  • The railway station (now complete) does look quite smart.
  • The new station looks promising but it's only half built

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Last updated: 2015-06-08

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