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Guinness Hills

The only significant landscape feature on Western Avenue was created by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe who had the idea of using 20,000 tons of subsoil excavated from a tunnel to form two beautifully shaped hills which enhance the view of Park Royal Brewery (designed by G G Scott). The money saved by not having to take the subsoil 8kms. to a tip was donated by the contractor to pay for one issue of the Journal of the Institute of Landscape Architects.

On the north side of Western Avenue opposite Park Royal Station.

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