This post shows sites on the south side of the river only. North is Datchet
Post to the south Windsor Home Park Eastern riverside and Datchet and Southlea
Post to the west Windsor Sport and the Castle and Datchet Mead
This square covers only a tiny section of the riverside at Home Park.
Bathing Pond. This results from the layout of the Park by Thomas Page in the 1840s. It appears to be an attempt – as with the other water features of the park – to use old gravel workings.
Albert Cottage and Boathouse. These date from 1861. They are brick, with a timber framed gabled projection the boathouse is on edge of the pool linked to the cottage by a pierced balustrade which is returned over the cut to the river. Said to be designed by Teulon.
British Listed Buildings. Web site
Roberts. Royal Landscapes