Rowing boats at rest besides the River Thames
Boulter’s Lock is a lock and weir on the River Thames in the north-east of Maidenhead. The lock is on the western side of the north-south reach, between the A4094 from Maidenhead to Cookham road and Ray Mill Island. The present 1912-built lock replaces those dating from the late 16th century and that of 1772…
Maidenhead Riverside is just a short distance from the town centre and is one of the most beautiful stretches of the River Thames. From Brunel’s famous Sounding Arch to Boulters Lock visitors have lots to see and do with hidden gems such as Ray Mill Island a must for families. The Riverside Gardens are alongside…
The Clock Tower in one of Maidenhead’s famous landmarks. It was built for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee and is located just outside the railway station.
Some lovely views of St. Peter’s Church in Furze Platt, bathed in sun.
Pinkneys Green / Pinkneys Drive are part of the National Trust, wide open spaces for walking or other outdoor activities. The official page from National Trust can be found here.
Brilliant sunrise over Maidenhead Town Centre
Some views of the famous Maidenhead Bridge crossing the River Thames. Closer view of the old bridge
Early evening fog descends over the River Thames, near Boulters Lock
Views looking across the fields from Pinkneys Farm in summertime
Evening sunset over the fields at Furze Platt