Windsor, The Guildhall 1937

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Caption for Windsor, The Guildhall 1937: The late 17th-century Town Hall was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, whose father was Dean of Windsor. This striking building includes an impressive baroque statue of Prince George of Denmark, which was presented by Wren's son in 1713.

An extract from Berkshire Photographic Memories.

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These are the old terrace houses across from where my Dad was born. Shame they can't be revived for housing.

My Mother owned the Kings Head and i worked in the reastaurant with her she done all home baking and had Eton College lads and there familys eating there,also a great trade was the Army lads from both barracks,I married one in 1956,we are retired to somerset but my heart will always be in Windsor,we served teas to the queues (...Read full memory)

Usually accompany the changing of the guard and also any special occasion.

Living approx, six miles from Windsor, one on a clear night could just see Windsor castle. I have been often told that Her Royal Majesty had her own country house where I lived and that on occasions she would reside there rather than in the Castle itself. Not too far away was where Billy Smart would have his circus animals (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Windsor, The Guildhall 1937: The late 17th-century Town Hall was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, whose father was Dean of Windsor. This striking building includes an impressive baroque statue of Prince George of Denmark, which was presented by Wren's son in 1713.

An extract from Berkshire Photographic Memories.

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