Putney Railway Station at the top of Putney High Street is on the boundary of Travelcard Zone 2 and Zone 3. The station and all trains serving it are operated by South West Trains. It has four platforms and is about half a kilometre from East Putney tube station. Putney Station is one of the busiest suburban commuter stations in London. More than 11 million people used the station in 2012-13, making it busier than the stations of several large cities.
St. Mary's Church. Putney Bridge is the only bridge in Britain to have a church at both ends; St. Mary's Church, Putney is located on the south and All Saints Church, Fulham on the north bank. St. Mary's Church is an Anglican church in Putney, sited next to the river Thames. In 2005 a new extension to the church, the "Brewer Building", built at a cost of £1.7m was opened by the Bishop of Southwark.
Soul Brother Records are one of the leading Independent Record Shops in the UK. You will find a massive selection of Quality Soul, Funk, Jazz, Reggae and Blues titles on CD and Vinyl both New Pre-owned and Collectables. We also have many Rock and Pop Pre-owned Vinyl records, and have access to most available titles. We offer a good and knowledgeable level of customer service and have listening facilities in store. Pop in and have a look around or check our website.
Enoteca Turi is a family-run Italian restaurant on Putney High Street. They specialize in authentic regional cuisine, using traditional ingredients that are in season and at their best. It is also the place to experience some of the finest Italian wines in London. Since opening in 1990, the restaurant has grown organically, during which time they have developed their own style of food, Italian wine cellar and a unique ambience.
The Star & Garter. Set over-looking the River Thames, the Star & Garter has a fabulous selection of world beers, wines, cocktails and the ultimate gin list. Large & small bookings are all welcome in the bar. Many people choose to celebrate birthdays, engagements and leaving parties, however many come along to simply celebrate the weekend! We have live music on Friday nights and our resident DJ on Saturdays is guaranteed to get you into the party spirit playing until 1am
Putney Lower Common is a part of Wimbledon and Putney Commons, lying about 1.5 miles north of the rest, between the Lower Richmond Road and the River Thames. The Commons consist of woodland, scrubland, heathland, and mown recreation areas and there are also a number of ponds. They are the home to a wide variety of bird, animal and plant life. Being an unfenced Common, the whole area is open to the public 24 hours a day throughout the year.
Putney Pies previously on Upper Richmond Road have recently opened at 2 Putney High Street, close to Putney Bridge. Having spent lots of time and money in a complete refurbishment they claim to offer the finest pies in the land. However, they offer more than just pies serving traditional British brunches, and lunch dishes all freshly prepared from the finest local ingredients. They also have a wide range of British beers and cocktails, and open late at the weekend.
The Toy Stop. Upstairs in Putney Exchange is possibly the biggest independent toyshop in South West London. They stock all the big brands including Sylvanian Families, Playmobil, Lego, Meccano, Jellycat and Jellykitten and Baby Alive dolls. They currently have Frozen merchandise in stock aswell as the popular loom band craze. Very knowledgeable owners who cannot do enough to help you make that very important purchase.
Your Waitrose in Putney opened it’s doors on 25th November 1996. The staff are called “Partners” because they all own an equal share in our business., they strive every day to improve our branch and achieve more. Originally the shop finished where the lifts are, the area where fruit & vegetables are was a completely different shop. The second extension, completed in January 2013, enabled us to stock an extra 2,000 products.
Putney High Street. A wide selection of retail shops line the High Street alongside popular bars and restaurants. Putney High Street normally acts as a main route into central London but with Putney Bridge being closed it is enjoying far lower levels of traffic, and is currently a very agreeable High Street to wander along. If you haven’t visited for a while come and check it out, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.