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During the Victorian period, the village to the north of the Uxbridge Road began to slowly expand to the south of the road.
Toward the southern end of Green Lane (the old toll-free drovers route into the city) is The Fox public house.
Most of the interior is also original, although the dividing walls between bars and off-license sales have been taken out to create one large bar area.
The present day eating area retains its original wooden wall panelling.
Near to the old Rectory and close to Hanwell spring is a large stone of about a ton in weight.
The first inn on crossing the River Brent is "The Viaduct", which is on the north side.
Named after the Wharncliffe Viaduct, its original name was the "Coach and Horses".
In Anglo-Saxon the word Han denoted a boundary stone.
This juxtaposition of these two natural features could have given rise to the name Han-well, which dates back to before the Domesday Book.
Rich brown glazed tiles are used for the ground floor exterior walls with coloured stained glass in the fan lights.