London Green Belt Way  


Photos of Stage 3

Windsor & Eton Riverside Station  to  Bourne End Station  (11.1 miles)


The stage starts at Windsor & Eton Riverside Station. We follow the River Thames Path over Windsor & Eton Bridge, through The Brocas, past the old church at Boveney and on through Maidenhead and Cookham and cross the Thames to finish on the river near Bourne End Railway Station. The route is flat and easy, With some of the photos below you can click on them to view a larger image.


Windsor Castle from bridge & Eton High Street.



Eton College and a strange nearby sign.



Brocas Field sign and Windsor Big Wheel from the Brocas.



Windsor Castle from the Brocas.



Eton College Chapel from the Brocas.



Brunel's railway arches stretch for almost a mile across the flood-plain.


Brunel's "Bow & String" railway bridge.


The train from Slough towards Windsor.


Footbridge after Eton.


Enjoying the River Thames and a peculiar direction sign near Boveney Lock.



Boveney Lock.


Boats on the Thames at Boveney.


Area on the River Thames next to Boveney Church.



The car park near Boveney Church.


St Mary Magdalene, Boveney.



Joggers on the Thames Path after Boveney.


Eton College Boathouse and Dorney Lake.



Oakley Court Hotel, once home to Hammer Horror.


Brunel's Sounding Arches.



Under the Sounding Arch.



An Old House near Maidenhead Bridge.


Thames Path in flood at Maidenhead Bridge.


Under & then Over Maidenhead Bridge.



Bandstand Bridge Gardens, Maidenhead.


Plaque on Maidenhead Bridge.


Horse Trough and River "Water-flow meter" Bridge Gardens, Maidenhead.



Thames Path diverts from road to follow river along Cliveden Reach.



Mill House & Cottages at Cookham.


Odney Club, Cookham.


The ancient Tarry Stone, Cookham.



Stanley Spencer Gallery and Fernlea Cottage where the artist was born.



Strange sign on Vine Cottage and old coaching arch on opposite side of Cookham High Street.



The Church & The Angel at Cookham.



The Last Supper in Cookham Church.



Cookham Bridge.


Thames Path after Cookham.


River Thames near Cookham.


Bourne End Railway Bridge - The path uses a footbridge attached to the bridge. We finish this stage just over the bridge.


Sailing Regatta at Bourne End.

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