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Explore Maidenhead in Berkshire with local history and photography, nearby attractions and landmarks and a map of all Maidenhead’s attractions.

Landmarks and attractions from Maidenhead Bridge, the Jubilee Clock Tower, Boulters Lock, National Trust sites at Pinkneys Green and Robin Hoods Arbour, to the famous Maidenhead United Football Club, Maidenhead Golf Course and the Nicholas Winton Memorial Garden at Oaken Grove Park.

We hope you enjoy browsing through our photos from in and around the Royal Borough of Maidenhead in Berkshire.

Below are some of our latest blog posts and favourite images we have captured from around the Borough.

Our Latest Blog Posts

Braywick Cemetery

Braywick Cemetery

Braywick Cemetery was opened in July 1953, the entire cemetery was set out as a ‘Lawn Cemetery’ with specific sections for different religious faiths.

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Bisham Woods Ice House

Plaques and Memorial Stones

A selection of images of the various plaques and memorial stones to famous people and places, all of which are to be found in and around Maidenhead.

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Oaken Grove reflections

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River Thames near Brunels Bridge

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Maidenhead United Football Club

Maidenhead United Football Club

Brunels Bridge over the River Thames

Brunels Bridge and Sounding Arch

Vintage Boys on Ray Mill Island

Vintage Boys on Ray Mill Island

Sunrise over Pinkneys Green

Pinkneys Green

Early morning at Oaken Grove Park

Oaken Grove

Boulters Weir on the River Thames

Boulters Weir

Maidenhead Bridge during the floods

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