Long Walk Windsor (copper horse end)
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Long Walk Windsor (copper horse end)

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The Long Walk is a straight path that links Windsor Castle with Snow Hill in Windsor Great Park. From the Castle gate to the foot of the statue of King George II (The Copper Horse) The long walk measures 2.64 miles. Snow Hill was where, King Henry VIII sat and waited for news of the execution of his second wife, Queen Anne Boleyn.

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A: Great Park Snow

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This is another of a series of pictures I took in the Windsor Great Park in the snow, I like this one...

Great Park Snow

B: Queen Anne's Ride

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Queen Anne's Ride, dating from 1708, is a grand avenue similar to The Long Walk, also three miles in ...

Queen Anne's Ride

C: Windsor Great Park Post Office

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I really like this little post office and general store in the heart of the Windsor Great Park, I hav...

Windsor Great Park Post Office

D: Jubilee Statue

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I walked five miles in the snow to get this shot, the reason I went all the way there was because I k...

Jubilee Statue

E: Red Phone Booth

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I have been wanting to do a 360 of a phone booth for ages but just never seemed to get the time. I fi...

Red Phone Booth

F: Thames River Old Windsor

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View of the Thames from the foot path along the side of the river in Old Windsor

Thames River Old Windsor

G: Victor Road

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Taken during the "big freeze" Jan 2010

Victor Road

H: John F Kennedy Memorial

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The John F Kennedy Memorial situated at Runnymede Meadow

John F Kennedy Memorial

I: Magna Carta Memorial

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The American Bar Association's memorial marking the site where King John sealed the Magna Carta in 12...

Magna Carta Memorial

J: My Office

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My kids are on holiday from school at the moment so I took them down to the park to blow off some ste...

My Office

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