Much-loved Anne Naysmith, the homeless former concert pianist known as the 'car lady of Chiswick', will live on forever thanks to a Google StreetView photo taken just months before her death.
The 78-year-old - who was killed last week in a lorry collision - can be seen resting on a wall beside her trolley in Prebend Gardens, where she used to live, in a street level view captured by Google last August.
She found fame locally after being evicted from her home in the 1960s and moving into her beloved car outside, before later becoming homeless when the vehicle was removed.
Emma Daniels, who has set up a Facebook page in memory of the much-loved "local institution", said it was nice that she could still be seen on the street which meant so much to her - even if only via the internet.
Hounslow Council is expected to announce funeral arrangements for Ms Naysmith this week.
In the Google image, Ms Naysmith can be seen sitting on a low white wall wearing what looks like a black tracksuit. She appears to have been removing something from her foot when the photo was taken.