The Ealing area is bound by Dundas Street to the north, the Thames River to the south, Adelaide to the east and Highbury to the west. It is one of the older neighbourhoods in the city, part of both the 1885 and 1912 annexations and shares much of its history with the neighbourhood of Old East. This area has the unfortunate distinction of having the lowest average property values in the city. In spite of that, the Ealing area encompasses one of London’s most notable icons, the Western Fairgrounds and Raceway. It hosts the CN rail yard which cuts through the middle of this area. Its southern edge is complemented by an extensive system of parks and bike paths that run along the Thames river. It also makes a contribution to the London arts scene by hosting Aeolian Hall.