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Brentford Ait

Brentford Ait is a long uninhabited ait (island) in the River Thames, with no buildings, on the Tideway near Brentford however administered by the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames in England.

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Brentford Ait
... Brentford Ait is a long uninhabited ait (island) in the River Thames, with no buildings, on the Tideway near Brentford however administered by the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames in ... Brentford Ait has a gap in the middle known as Hog Hole which is apparent at higher tides ... In the 18th century there was a notorious pub on Brentford Ait called the Swan or Three Swans — its trade was ended in 1796 ...
Lot's Ait
... Lot's Ait is an ait (island) in the River Thames ... It is on the Tideway near Brentford, in the Borough of Hounslow, London, England, and its size is approximately 51,000 square feet (4,738 m2) ... Lot's Ait is often grouped with the adjacent Brentford Ait ...