Buildings (Not Town Hall)

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Queens Head
The Queens Head has been recorded as a public house since at least 1740. However, its origins are considerably older and this grade 2 listed building probably dates back to the early 15th century. What makes this building unique is its timber frame,…

Railway Footbridge
The railway from Reading to Redhill came to Wokingham in 1849 and the level crossing by the station has been with us ever since.
Following two accidents at the level crossing in 1886, including a young girl knocked down by a goods train (recorded in…

15 The Terrace
When viewed from The Terrace, Wokingham, the exterior of the building displays changes in brickwork that show it was at one time two cottages. It provides no clue as to either the true age of the building or the wealth of timber that lies behind the…