Gunnersbury Triangle

There’s a little triangle of land formed by the tube/train lines between Gunnersbury, Chiswick Park, and Acton town, which has been transformed into a nature reserve called Gunnersbury Triangle. We would have walked past it almost every day when we used to live in Chiswick (since Chiswick Park was our local train station) – but, like so many things around here, we never paid it a visit. We didn’t even know it existed!

Gunnersbury Triangle

Once again, the promise of a cache was what lured us there, this time with Al and Becks after breakfast on Saturday. It’s actually a really cool little woodland – like a mini-forest in our own back yard!

The cache was a tricky one to find! Even after we got an additional hint, it still didn’t become much clearer. But, after about 10 minutes of searching, Al hit the jackpot.

Examining the cache

It certainly had a strange variety of stuff in there, my favourite being a pair of fold-up reading glasses. I guess someone may find them helpful one day…

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One comment on “Gunnersbury Triangle
  1. Stac says:

    Cool! yes it certainly looks like a proper woodland. excellent!

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