Truss's Island, Staines-upon-thames
Truss's Island, Staines-upon-thames - Address
Address: Staines-upon-Thames, Staines TW18, UK
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About Truss's Island, Staines-upon-thames
Truss's Island is a small island in the River Thames in England, between Staines upon Thames and Laleham. The uninhabited island is publicly accessible across two footbridges from the right (western) bank of the Thames and is landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs.Wikipedia
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You are looking at travel information of Truss's Island in Staines-upon-thames. Truss's Island is not the prime point of interest of Staines-upon-thames. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.
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We nickname this "poop island" cos there is poo everywhere from the birds. Could do with a good scrub! I take my daughter there mostly every week, her fave activity.
Lovely little 'oasis' I stumbled only a minutes drive from Thorpe Park Resort. A little island on the side of the river Thames connected by a wooden walkway bridge to the small car park adjacent to the road. On a sunny day endearing to see families with kids feeding the swans, ducks and pigeons. And there is a lot of them. Serene and beautiful.
Love it here good place for families and place to sit and watch the world go by on the river Thames
Lovely spot to feed the swans and ducks. Be careful they can overwhelm you in numbers and can be a bit greedy.
Car park and public space by the river, wish the general public who use it kept it cleaner instead of dumping loads of loafs of bread on the swans that the rats end up finishing off.