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Records of the river's management between Cricklade and Teddington
'The Thames is liquid history’
The Berkshire Record Office holds many documents that relate to the great river that historically defined Berkshire’s northern boundary. Of particular importance are the collections of the Thames Conservancy and the Treacher papers.
A feature of the Thames
A proud family moves in
Records of the Upper Navigation
Building locks and weirs on the River Thames
Oscar Wilde and Reading GaolBiographies of Wilde and Berkshire's Victorian prison
Small Objects of PowerAn Exhibition about Medieval Seals
Enemies of the StateIrish Patriots in Reading Gaol
The Berkshire Echo
The Berkshire Echo 78January 2017: Clewer House of Mercy: an Overview - Entering the House of Merc...