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Maidenhead Through Time
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Maidenhead Through Time (Paperback)

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Maidenhead lies on the west bank of the River Thames and forms part of the county of Berkshire. One of the largest settlements in the area, Maidenhead has a rich and fascinating history. Recorded as Ellington in the Domesday Book, the town's present name refers to the `new wharf', or `Maiden Hythe', on the riverside. Upon the coming of the Great Western Railway, the town underwent significant expansion. Today, Maidenhead is a thriving town with a population of 78,000 people.



In Maidenhead Through Time, authors Elias Kupfermann and Carol Dixon-Smith invite the reader on a captivating photographic tour of Maidenhead past and present, showcasing the town's many historical features. From industry to entertainment, shops to parks, every aspect of Maidenhead's past is explored in this fascinating volume. Maidenhead Through Time is essential reading for anyone who knows and loves this Berkshire town.

History & PoliticsLocal interest, family history & nostalgiaPlaces in old photographs Publisher: Amberley Publishing Publication Date: 13/11/2014 ISBN-13: 9781445638492  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Elias Kupfermann has been carrying out historical research in the UK for over thirty years. He is currently studying for a PhD in History at the University of Leicester, and also writes a local history column covering Berkshire and Buckinghamshire for a local newspaper. Elias gives regular talks on history, and has also participated in archaeological excavations throughout Europe and the Middle East. Carol Dixon-Smith was born in Belfast, and has had a lifelong interest in history. Carol studied and taught history at secondary level, and after marrying a soldier, fitted in research around military postings and raising their daughters. She has been a full-time bookseller and events manager for many years, is the founder and director of the Thames Valley History Festival, and is an active member of the Windsor Local History Group.

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