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Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Amersham CC74_00121

Amersham CC74_00121
AMERSHAM, Buckinghamshire. A view of the town, lying in the valley of the Misbourne, showing the tower of St Marys Church

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Marlow Bridge CC73_00773

Marlow Bridge CC73_00773
MARLOW BRIDGE, Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Looking along the suspension bridge over the River Thames, which was built in 1829-31. The spire of All Saints Church is in the background

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Waterwheel CC72_00963

Waterwheel CC72_00963
OLD MILL, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. An exterior view showing the waterwheel at work. There are four watermills in Chipping Campden on the sites of medieval mills mentioned in the Domesday

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Bourton-on-the-Water CC72_01056

Bourton-on-the-Water CC72_01056
BOURTON ON THE WATER, Gloucestershire. Looking along the river Windrush that runs through the picturesque Cotswold town. Boys in a small paddling boat in the foreground

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Arlington Row, Bibury CC72_00992

Arlington Row, Bibury CC72_00992
ARLINGTON ROW, Bibury, Gloucestershire. Looking up the well-known row of Cotswold stone cottages on the river Coln. These were converted into dwellings in the early 17th century from a monastic

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Newbury Jubilee Clock CC97_02767

Newbury Jubilee Clock CC97_02767
NEWBURY, Berkshire. The clock that commemorates the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria (1887) stands at the three-way junction of the London and Bath roads in the town

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Maidenhead Railway Bridge CC97_02735

Maidenhead Railway Bridge CC97_02735
MAIDENHEAD, Berkshire. A view of the graceful arches of Brunels famous bridge as they cross the River Thames, seen here from the Berkshire riverbank

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Eel traps CC76_00240

Eel traps CC76_00240
BRAY, Berkshire. A small weir with a channel made from branches with nine eel bucks attached. These bucks, made from woven willow

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Bibury CC72_00847

Bibury CC72_00847
BIBURY, Gloucestershire. Looking along the river towards the stone bridge beside Arlington Row. The Cotswold village of Bibury was described as the most beautiful village in England by William

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Kennet towpath CC97_02774

Kennet towpath CC97_02774
GREENHAM, Newbury, Berkshire. Looking east from beyond the wharf along the Kennet towpath, with a man passing through the gate ahead. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Maidenhead Bridge CC97_02744

Maidenhead Bridge CC97_02744
MAIDENHEAD BRIDGE, Maidenhead, Berkshire. The north aspect of the bridge seen from the Buckinghamshire bank, with a small party of girls walking along the riverside path

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Travelling performers CC71_00073

Travelling performers CC71_00073
TAPLOW, Buckinghamshire. Looking down a street in the village with two travelling punchinellos or performers, one with a monkey companion and the other a one man band

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Reading Abbey CC97_02829

Reading Abbey CC97_02829
READING ABBEY, Reading Abbey, Berkshire. The ruins of the entrance to the east cloister looking south. The Abbey was founded by King Henry I in 1121

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Whiteknights Park CC97_02824

Whiteknights Park CC97_02824
WHITEKNIGHTS PARK, Reading, Berkshire. A landscape view in the park showing the ornamental bridge over the lake. The house can be seen in the background. Photographed in 1890by Henry Taunt

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Ray Mill Cottage, River Thames CC97_02743

Ray Mill Cottage, River Thames CC97_02743
RAY MILL COTTAGE, Maidenhead, Berkshire. The River Thames between Ray Mills and Boulters Lock from below on a quiet day. The area is one of the most beautiful on the Thames

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Aldworth lychgate CC72_01073

Aldworth lychgate CC72_01073
ST MARYS CHURCH, Aldworth, Berkshire. Looking towards the church which is visible through the trees with a woman passing through the lychgate in the foreground. Photographed in 1895 by Henry Taunt

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Yew tree at Aldworth CC72_01070

Yew tree at Aldworth CC72_01070
ALDWORTH, Berkshire. The old yew tree in the churchyard, which is at least 1, 000 years old. It was uprooted by a storm in 1976. A part of the old root still survives and had produced new growth

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Bray Church CC72_00608

Bray Church CC72_00608
St MICHAELs CHURCH, Bray, Berkshire. The church interior looking east showing the early 14th century arcades and Victorian chancel arch

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: St Marys Church, Amersham CC74_00125

St Marys Church, Amersham CC74_00125
ST MARYS CHURCH, Amersham, Buckinghamshire. The interior of the church, originally dating to the 13th century, looking east down the aisled nave towards the chancel

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Ruins of Campden House CC72_00974

Ruins of Campden House CC72_00974
CAMPDEN HOUSE, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. The remains of the house of 1612, destroyed in 1645. It is an important fragment of Sir Baptist Hicks magnificent Flemish-baroque mansion of fine

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Old weir CC73_00646

Old weir CC73_00646
OLD WEIR, Hurley, Berkshire. An old wooden weir on the river Thames. The mechanism on the top of the weir may be to control the flow of water through the weir or to raise eel pots attatched to

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: River Road CC73_00200

River Road CC73_00200
CLIVEDEN, Taplow, Buckinghamshire. Looking along the small wooded track that runs along the bank of the River Thames. Photographed in 1883 by Henry Taunt

Background imageImages Dated 4th November 2011: Barrow CC73_00066

Barrow CC73_00066
BARROW NEAR BOURTON ON THE WATER, Gloucestershire. A tree-covered round barrow sitting on a hill, surrounded by a dry stone wall. Photographed by Henry Taunt (active 1860-1922)


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