Teddington

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The Teddington area is located in Greater London, England. pcb-file="mw-headline" id="Economy">Economy< class="mw-editsection-bracket">[edit]>> The Teddington area is located in Greater London, England. Since 1965 it has been part of the Richmond upon Thames district of London. Situated on the northern banks of the Thames, just after the beginning of a long meandering stretch between Hampton Wick and Strawberry Hill, Twickenham. It extends from the Thames to Bushy Park with a long main road that leads down to riverfront bars, dining, recreational facilities, squares and gyms and has a suspended walkway over the bottom non-ideal Thames Locks, Teddington Locks.

Teddington's center is the middle city. Teddington Locks, the lowest sluice on the Thames, is accessed via the Teddington Locks Footbridges. The Royal National Life Boat Institution opened the Teddington Life Boat Station in 2001, one of four Thames Life Boat Station, below the sluice on the Teddington side.

However, the first lasting establishment in Teddington was probably in Saxon time. The Domesday Book did not mention Teddington, as it was in the Hampton list. The year 1540 saw some joint lands of Teddington encircled to make Bushy Park and served as further forestries. Over the following century Teddington enjoys a wealthy lifestyle due to its closeness to the kingdom and has been growing significantly until 1800.

Its first great occasion was the building of the Teddington lock with its dam across the stream in 1811. 9 ] This was the first (and now the largest) of five sluice gates constructed by the City of London Corporation at the inception. The Teddington Lock Footbridge, comprising a hanging deck section and a beam deck section, was finished in 1889 and connected Teddington to Ham (then in Surrey, now in London).

Numerous buildings and buildings were constructed into the twentieth centuries and form a dense web of Viktorian and EDW. Victorians tried to construct a solid temple, the St. Alban's, modelled on the Notre Dame de Paris, but resources ran out and only the main building of the future "Cathedral of the Thames Valley" was finished.

Teddington was home to several colleges in the latter part of the nineteenth centuary in reaction to the 1870 Education Act, which by 1899 had brought over 2,000 students to school and transformed the formerly uneducated town. Major changes took place around the turn of the twentieth  century in Teddington. NPL, the UK's leading UK measuring lab and the UK's biggest organization for practical physicists, began in 1902 at Bushy House (mainly active in the industrial and metrological sectors and where the first precise nuclear time meter was built) and the Teddington Carnegie Library was constructed in 1906.

Teddington was now also powered, which made further developments possible. Over the next ten years, funds were collected for the construction of Teddington Memorial Hospital[13]. At the beginning of the Second World War, by far the largest employer in Teddington was the Netherlands People's Party (NPL). The Teddington Studios, a wide-screen TV studios and one of the former houses of Thames TV, was opened in 1958.

Teddington School Board is Richmond upon Thames London Borough Council. The Teddington train stop, which is operated by South Western Railways coaches, is located on the long Kingston Loop Line near the intersection of the Shepperton Branch Line. The train runs every 15 min via Kingston upon Thames and Wimbledon, the others via Richmond and Putney every 30 min.

Busses will take Teddington to other places in London, such as London Heathrow International Airports, West Croydon and Hammersmith. Leap to the top ^ Buchanan, Clare (June 26, 2013). "Medsgroup slots move to Teddington (From Your Local Guardian)". The Richmond Guardian. Accessed October 22, 2017. Skip up to: a c " The Story of Bushy House " (PDF).

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Skip up ^ "Our story". Accessed November 19, 2013. Skip up ^ "Teddington Cemetery". The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Accessed August 8, 2015. Leap to the top ^ Buchanan, Clare (April 20, 2013). "The Teddington Suppragette Attaque recalled 100 years later." The Richmond and Twickenham Times. Accessed July 6, 2013. Leap up ^ Teddington Memorial Hospital Archives 2007-06-21 at Wayback Machine.

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Accessed October 22, 2017. Highjump ^ Teaed, Paul (July 24, 2011). "of Teddington Memorial Hospital." The Richmond and Twickenham Times. Retracted on November 19, 2017. Leap to the top^ Historical England. "The Teddington Library (1396400)". Released September 15, 2016. High Jumping Series ^ "Oxford Reference: Retracted on November 19, 2017.

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