Windsor & Eton, Berkshire
Famous for its castle and its historical associations with various members of the British Royal
family throughout the centuries, and with Eton College nearby, Windsor is always worth a visit.
Old Postcard, Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle and Bridge
Windsor, St George's Chapel
Windsor, Castle Hill
A very busy Castle Hill - a 1906 postcard.
A couple of undated views of the Castle.
A 1930s postcard of the Castle and St George's Chapel.
Windsor Castle, Guard
St George's Chapel, Windsor
Windsor Castle, East Terrace
Castle Hill, Windsor
Windsor Castle
No date for this postcard of the King driving down Castle Hill - could
be Edward VII or George V.
                        Two nice old cards of Eton, neither of which has been used so I can't date them.                            
Windsor Castle, Long Walk
Old Windsor
Windsor, Copper Horse
The Copper Horse.
Several of the postcards on this page were used
by Granada TV in "David Starkey's Monarchy:
The Windsors" which was broadcast on Channel
4 on Boxing Day 2007. We are pleased to have
been able to help with the production.
The Quad at Eton.
Windsor, High Street
No date for this view of High Street, but the cars are from the 1930s.
Peascod Street, Windsor
Peascod Street.
Windsor Castle
No date for this view of the Castle from Home Park.

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Windsor Castle, Aerial View
A great aerial view of the castle.
St George's Chapel, Windsor
St George's Chapel.
A postcard from 1928.
Market Cross House, Windsor
Old Windsor.
Market Cross House.
Another view of the Castle and Bridge.
Did You Know....that Humphrey Lyttelton, the
jazz musician and broadcaster, was born at
Eton College in 1921 ?
St George's Chapel.     
The East Terrace of the castle.          
Windsor Castle from the Bridge.        
Windsor Castle, North Front
A lovely old postcard of the North Front of Windsor Castle.
Windsor, Castle Hill
Castle Hill in the 1930s.
Did You Know....that Peter Osgood, the
England, Chelsea and Southampton footballer,
was born in Windsor in 1947 ?
Eton College
A view of Eton College from Romney Island in the Thames.
Eton College
The College seen from Barnspool Bridge.
Royal Family at Windsor 1907
The Royal family at Windsor in November 1907.
 Windsor Castle - Aerial View
An excellent aerial view of the castle.
Eton from the Thames.
Eton College Chapel
Eton College Chapel.
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Eton College, England
Eton, Berkshire
Eton from Barnspool Bridge.
Eton College Chapel
Keat's Lane, Eton
Eton College Chapel.
"This chapel was started to be built during
the reign of Henry VI in the year 1441, and
the King laid the foundation stone himself."
Keats Lane.
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