(Abingdon, Oxfordshire) Abingdon is a market town in the Thames Valley in southern England and is one of several places which claim to be Britain's oldest continuously occupied town. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abingdon, Oxfordshire"
The Albert Embankment is a stretch of the river bank on the south side of the River Thames in central London. It stretches approximately one mile northwards from Vauxhall Bridge to Westminster Bridge, and is located in the London Borough of Lambeth. ...more on Wikipedia about "Albert Embankment"
Appleford-on-Thames is a village and civil parish in the Vale of White Horse district of Oxfordshire, England. It is betwen Abingdon and Didcot, on the south bank of the River Thames. Until 1974 it was in the county of Berkshire. According to the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 359. ...more on Wikipedia about "Appleford-on-Thames"
Bankside is an area in Southwark, London, on the southern bank of the River Thames. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bankside"
Basildon is a village and civil parish in Berkshire between Pangbourne and Streatley. ...more on Wikipedia about "Basildon, Berkshire"
A tributary, the Pyl Brook flows from Sutton through Lower Morden to join it at New Malden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beverley Brook"
Bray (sometimes Bray-on-Thames) is a village in Berkshire, on the banks of the River Thames. This is the village mentioned in the song The Vicar of Bray. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bray, Berkshire"
Caversham is a suburb in the unitary authority of Reading, England, although, historically, Caversham was part of Oxfordshire. It lies on the north bank of the River Thames, within the county of Berkshire, on the opposite bank from the rest of Reading. Caversham Bridge, Reading Bridge and Caversham Lock (pedestrian only) provide crossing points, with Sonning Bridge a few miles east of Caversham. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caversham, Berkshire"
Chelsea Embankment is part of the Thames Embankment, a road and walkway along the north bank of the River Thames in central London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chelsea Embankment"
Chertsey is a town in Surrey, United Kingdom, on the River Thames. It can be accessed via road from junction 11 of the M25 London orbital motorway. It is part of the borough of Runnymede. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chertsey"
Cheyne Walk (pronounced Chaynee) is an historic street in Chelsea, a bit of "picturesque old London". Most of the houses were built in the early eighteenth century. Before the construction in the nineteenth century of the busy Thames Embankment, which now runs in front of it, the houses fronted the River Thames. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cheyne Walk"
Christ Church Meadow is a famous water-meadow, and popular walking and picnic spot in Oxford, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Christ Church Meadow, Oxford"
The City of London School (CLS) is an independent boys' school on the banks of the River Thames in the City of London in London, England. It is the brother school of the City of London School for Girls (a girls' school within the Barbican). Intake is from age 10 to 18, although many of its pupils enter at age 11 and somewhat fewer at age 13. ...more on Wikipedia about "City of London School"
Cliveden (pronounced CLIVV-d'n) is a mansion in Buckinghamshire, England overlooking the River Thames. It has an intriguing history. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cliveden"
Cookham is a village in Berkshire, England on the River Thames. It lies 4 km north of Maidenhead close to the border with Buckinghamshire. Its municipal services are run by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead while its local health services are managed by the Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead Primary Care Trust. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cookham"
Counter's Creek is an obscure stream that arises in Kensal Green, flows through Olympia, Earl's Court and then empties into the River Thames. It is now entirely covered and runs underground. ...more on Wikipedia about "Counter's Creek"
This is a list of crossings of the River Thames, downstream first, including bridges, tunnels and ferries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Crossings of the River Thames"
Dorchester-on-Thames is a village on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England. In the 7th century it became the seat of the Bishopric of Dorchester, after the Bishop of Leicester had fled from Leicester. It was an extremely large Bishopric, and covered most of Wessex and Mercia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dorchester, Oxfordshire"
At Oxford University, Eights Week constitutes the main intercollegiate rowing event of the year, and happens in May. Both men's and women's coxed eights compete in separate divisions for their colleges. Some colleges have as many as five crews for each sex, and there are seven men's and six women's divisions, for a total of 158 boats and around 1400 participants. Including the qualifiers (named 'Rowing On') the number of participants was over 1800 in 2003. The rowing events take place on the Isis part of the River Thames in the 5th week of Trinity term. Crews can progress up their division by bumping the boat in front. The aim is to become "head of the river" and stay in the lead position. Each years starting position is based on the previous years finishing position. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eights Week"
Eton is a town in Berkshire, England, lying on the opposite bank of the River Thames to Windsor and connected to it by Windsor Bridge. Until 1974 Eton was in Buckinghamshire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eton, Berkshire"
Fawley Court stands by the River Thames, north of Henley-on-Thames, on a site that has been occupied for around a thousand years. The name "Fawley" comes from the Old English word for fallow deer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fawley Court"
The Globe Theatre normally refers to one of three theatres in London associated with William Shakespeare. ...more on Wikipedia about "Globe Theatre"
Godstow ( Oxfordshire, England) is to the west of the River Thames opposite Lower Wolvercote north of Port Meadow at Oxford. ...more on Wikipedia about "Godstow"
Goring-On-Thames is a village and civil parish on the River Thames in the English county of Oxfordshire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Goring-On-Thames"
Greenwich ( pronounced 'gren-itch' , or by the locals) is a town, now part of the south eastern urban sprawl of London, on the south bank of the River Thames in the London Borough of Greenwich. ...more on Wikipedia about "Greenwich" Made by www.shortopedia.com.
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