A part of outer London is formed by Hounslow which is situated in the west of London. Hounslow came into existence in 1965, and Hounslow London Borough Council governs it. The London Borrow of Hounslow overall covers Isleworth, Feltham, Chiswick, Brentford, and Hounslow.
Post Towns TW3–TW6
In Hounslow, you can travel through air, water, road, and rail.
Water: People can travel through the River Thames from Hounslow by using the services of Kew Gardens Pier and Westminster Pier.
Air: The Heathrow Airport is serving within the boundaries of London Borrow of Hounslow.
Road: The routes from the road include A4, A205, A406, A312, and A316. These routes cover the areas from Bath Road to Great Chertsey Road.
Rail: There are numerous rail connections of Hounslow to outer towns. More than 25 stations are covered while making these links between the cities. Inside the Borough, these stations serve the people: Hounslow Loop Line, South Western Railway; Mainline and London Overground’s North London Line.
There are a lot of points that urge people to come and stay at this place, Gunnersbury Park, Chiswick House, Osterley Park, and Syon House is a few favourite places among them. Another source of attraction is Twickenham Stadium. It is the world’s largest rugby union venue. Thus it’s a must visit the site in Hounslow.
Fun fact: The town of Hounslow has an agreement of sister district with the city of Russia named as Leningradsk District.