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Thames can be found in Berkshire, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Windsor Castle From Above Featured Thames Print

Windsor Castle From Above

circa 1970: Windsor Castle and its formal gardens in Berkshire. The Castle, stands on a ridge at the northeastern edge of the district of Windsor and Maidenhead in the county of Berkshire, England. The castle occupies 13 acres (5 hectares) of ground above the south bank of the River Thames. Windsor Castle comprises two quadrilateral-shaped building complexes, or courts, that are separated by the Round Tower. The latter is a massive circular tower that is built on an artificial mound and is visible for many miles over the surrounding flatland. The court west of the Round Tower is called the lower ward; the court to the east is called the upper ward.
(Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

The River Thames - Ankerwyke, Wraysbury, Bell Weir Lock Featured Thames Print

The River Thames - Ankerwyke, Wraysbury, Bell Weir Lock

The River Thames - Ankerwyke, Wraysbury, Bell Weir Lock. Close by is the The Ankerwycke Yew, an ancient yew tree close to the ruins of St Mary's Priory, the site of a Benedictine nunnery built in the 12th century. Beneathe the shady branches of the tree, Henry VIII is alledged to have courted Anne Boleyn!! Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Murrays at Maidenhead, 1923 Featured Thames Print

Murrays at Maidenhead, 1923

Illustration of a couple at a table at Murray's, the Maidenhead branch of the Beak Street nightclub run by Jack May. The summer club opened around May and attracted fashionable society who travelled out of town to enjoy the picturesque surroundings and the underlit, outdoor glass dancefloor. The venue was magically lit by numerous fairy lights, evidence of which can be seen here. Date: 1923

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans