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To celebrate the launch of the new OS Urban 'Walk London' map, we've chosen this autumnal sunset over the Thames, taken by Gareth James
The Thames Path is a long distance walking trail which following England's best known river for 184 miles (294 Km) from its source in the Cotswolds right through the heart of London. Even in the city, you can find hidden spots of peaceful tranquillity, along with some of the best-known views in the world and centuries of history just waiting to be discovered.
The new Walk London map (now available in the OS Shop and from high street retailers) is designed to help visitors and locals discover the Thames path and the Royal Parks, with a range of suggested routes and loads of information on key features you will see on the way.If you would like to see one of your photos featured in a future wallpaper download, you can see the full submission guidelines here
Universal Mobile Wallpaper: Should work for most mobile devices. For Android devices will show more of the image as you swipe between screens.
To save the image on a computer, right-click (or alt-click) and select 'save target as' or the equivalent for your browser. For most computers, right click the desktop and select 'set wallpaper' to change the wallpaper image. For iOS devices, select the image, press and hold on the image to 'save image', then go to Photos > Share > Set as Wallpaper. On Android devices, select the image, long press to 'download image' and then go to Wallpapers > My photos and select the image.
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Or see the GetOutside local Info page for Battersea to find more information, discover local walking routes, find more images and more.