Photographs of Berkshire
Location: Town:  Ascot
Comment: Another of the high street
Submitted By: Nick
Date Submitted: 17-01-2006
 
Location: Town:  Ascot
Comment: looking east on the high street, showing the Stag Pub
Submitted By: Nick
Date Submitted: 17-01-2006
 
Location: Town:  Ascot
Comment: Ascot station 11/01/06
Submitted By: Nick
Date Submitted: 17-01-2006
 
Location: Town:  Ascot
Comment: taken 13/01/06
Submitted By: Nick
Date Submitted: 17-01-2006
 
Location: Town:  Ascot
Comment: The high street on 16/01/06
Submitted By: Phil
Website: http://www.uk-web-index.co.uk
Date Submitted: 16-01-2006
 
Location: Town:  Windsor
Comment: Part of the Castle - May 2005
Submitted By: Garry B
Date Submitted: 17-01-2006
 
Location: Town:  Windsor
Comment: Bad photo of Windsor Castle
Submitted By: Garry B
Date Submitted: 17-01-2006
 
Location: Town:  Windsor
Comment: Legoland in May 2004
Submitted By: Garry B
Date Submitted: 17-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: Oliver road, going towards Sunninghill
Submitted By: Alex
Date Submitted: 18-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: View of the old St Georges lane Bridge - taken around 27/12/05
Submitted By: Alex
Date Submitted: 18-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: Start of St Georges Lane after the bend of Oliver Road
Submitted By: Alex
Date Submitted: 18-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: Francis Chichester Cl., fom Saint Georges Lane, South Ascot
Submitted By: Alex
Date Submitted: 18-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: Looking towards St George Bridge from Ascot Side
Submitted By: Alex
Date Submitted: 18-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  Sunninghill
Comment: Entrance to Murray Court, Sunninghill
Submitted By: Allen Morecroft
Website: http://www.uk-tents.co.uk
Date Submitted: 18-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: Elizabeth Gardens taken late 2005
Submitted By: Allen
Website: http://www.creditcardexpert.co.uk
Date Submitted: 25-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  Sunninghill
Comment: Woodend drive looking back towards South Ascot, taken Dec 05
Submitted By: Jenny Evans
Website: http://www.ukloansdirectory.co.uk/
Date Submitted: 25-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: All Souls Church in South Ascot - take around 22nd Jan 2006
Submitted By: Pete
Website: http://www.cottageguide.co.uk/
Date Submitted: 26-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: South Ascot playing Fields - taken 22/01/06
Submitted By:
Date Submitted: 26-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  South Ascot
Comment: South Grange Pre School - taken 21/1/2006
Submitted By: Dave
Date Submitted: 26-01-2006
 
Location: Village:  Sunninghill
Comment: St. Michaels school taken from the high street - 17th Jan 2006
Submitted By: Athena D.
Date Submitted: 26-01-2006
 
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Comment On Ascot
Submitted by Dave Ellis
On 2008-03-18
Great place - loads of shops and pubs!
Comment On Emmer Green
Submitted by
On 2008-01-29
Have played footy up at Emmer Green park for about 12 years now- love it!
Comment On Thatcham
Submitted by
On 2006-03-27
Thatcham is a very nice little village with many different shops as i have found out in a recent survey done by none other than the queen
Comment On Bracknell
Submitted by Shaun Edwards
On 2006-02-20
Roundabout city! - recently developed town, home to many large and expanding hi-tech companies, usual bowling lane and leisure complex, large shopping centre with most of the large stores.
Comment On Sandhurst
Submitted by Anon
On 2006-02-20
British army officer town
Comment On South Ascot
Submitted by Ian Hall
On 2006-01-27
South Ascot was originally just a bog marsh outside the small village of Ascot, cheap land no one wanted. After it was drained, it the became the expensive area it is today. A small highstreet with the statutory pub and post office, a park and several housing estates.
Comment On South Ascot
Submitted by Adrian Sharley
On 2006-01-27
South Ascot has a vaired history dating back hundreds of years. A small high street with a few shops on it. The area is a short walk from Ascot and is probably the closest area to the station which is only a few minutes walk away from the center.
Comment On Ascot
Submitted by Phil
On 2006-01-16
Ascot is probably most famous for the racecourse, in particular the week of Royal Ascot which is attended by the royal family for 4 of the days. The course was started in 1711 by Queen Anne, who decided it would make an ideal place for racing horses due to its natural large flat clearing. Ascot has many of the main home county motorways, including the M4, M3, M40 and the M25 just a few minutes drive away and a train station which serves London Waterloo (50 minutes), Reading (20 Minutes) and Guildford (45 minutes). There is also a number of pubs, restaurants, health clubs, night clubs and many private schools near by.
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