This part of the site shows the maps themselves. They are all connected with Maidenhead or nearby but can cover broader areas too - for example, we have a map showing the future Crossrail map that starts from Maidenhead in the West but continues through London and further East.
You can navigate around any map by zooming in and out and by dragging the map. As these maps are all based on Google maps, you can also switch between maps, aerial imagery and a mixture of the two.
Initially, all of the available maps are included on this first page but they will be broken down into sub-pages as the collection grows.
Crossrail is the planned train service which will run from Maidenhead and Heathrow in the west, through London and through to Essex and Kent in the east. It also serves other local stations including Taplow, Burnham and Slough. Completion is planned in 2007.
A circular cycle route from Maidenhead to Windsor - as much as possible this avoids major roads. The outward journey takes you along the Jubilee River (passing the Dorney rowing lake which will be used in the 2012 Olympic Games) and the return leg is mostly along National Cycle Route #4 (which roughly follows the course of the Thames. Click on the individual markers to see detailed instructions as well as photos of the turns you need to take.
If you follow the road signs for Legoland, you're likely to get stuck in traffic jams once you get to Windsor. This alternate route approaches Legoland from the other direction and avoids Windsor altogether.
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