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.

Memories of Windsor


Before it was closed to traffic and cobbled. Although the Goswell's ally was paved with ridges back in the 1800's to allow horses to get a foothold when hauling wagons down.

Nothing has changed since my most recent visit 2005. Always a pleasure walking down beside the river.

Too bad these old post boxes have been removed from most towns now - the red ones were such a cheery sight.

Still the same in 2003

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More about this scene


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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