Maidenhead Thames river bank
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Maidenhead Thames river bank

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Shot on the bank of the Thames river, this is the scene of the annual Maidenhead regatta. Looking down the river to the left you can see the very famous Brunel bridge.

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A: Maidenhead Thames river bank

Par Bob Stapleton, à 10 mètres

Shot on the bank of the Thames river, this is the scene of the annual Maidenhead regatta. Looking dow...

Maidenhead Thames river bank

B: Thames River, Brunel Bridge

Par Bob Stapleton, à 50 mètres

This is shot under the Brunel Bridge, Built in 1838 the two arches of this bridge are the widest and ...

Thames River, Brunel Bridge

C: Maidenhead Boathouse 2

Par Bob Stapleton, à 170 mètres

This is shot just outside the Maidenhead Rowing Club boathouse, looking along the river to the left y...

Maidenhead Boathouse 2

D: Maidenhead Boathouse

Par Bob Stapleton, à 170 mètres

Inside the boathouse in Maidenhead, this is one of three passages of boats racked 8 high 2 deep and 3...

Maidenhead Boathouse

E: St Marys Burnham

Par Andrew Cole, A 2.3 km

St Marys Burnham

F: St Marys Burnham Entrance

Par Andrew Cole, A 2.3 km

St Marys Burnham Entrance

G: Red Foot Bridge

Par Bob Stapleton, A 2.3 km

This is a small foot bridge that I came across whilst out walking and I thought that it would make a ...

Red Foot Bridge

H: Andys home

Par Andrew Cole, A 3.3 km

Andys home

I: Chef

Par Andrew Cole, A 3.9 km

Chef

J: My Truck

Par Andrew Cole, A 4.8 km

The interior view of the truck I drive at work.

My Truck

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