Hampton Wick

Hampton Wick is a village in the south-west corner of London, U.K.

Hampton Wick and the surrounding area. My family lived here from about 1912. They helped build and operate the "Crystal Films" silent movie studio in the High Street.

isabella plantation

Isabella Plantation
Richmond Park
south-west London

Brooklands Race Track

motor race track
Built in 1907

A.C. Cobra

Motor Industry
in the area of
Hampton Wick

Kingston Bridge

The Thames Path
to Putney Bridge

Chestnut Sunday

Chestnut Sunday
In Bushy Park

Malden model railway

Malden and District
Model Railway

doodlebug flying bomb

and Doodlebugs

Kaye Don - Avon Special

Kaye Don
Racing Driver

* Katie Blackmore - Hampton Wick artist 1890 - 1957
* a page of my pencil sketches plus a couple in ink - 2008
* two charcoal sketches by myself - November 2009
* Thomas Traherne - curate poet and mystic
* Charles Newton Cooper - motor-racing engineer - 1930s
* the ponds near Esher and Oxshott
* my grapevines at Hampton Wick *
* the "naked ladies" statues at Twickenham *
* Polyanthus plants at Hampton Court Palace *

bubble games console the bubble games console | Crystal Film Studio 1915

John Everett Millais near Kingston | Normansfield Hospital | Cambridge Home for Soldier's Widows