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Henley Bridge
Henley c1885

Henley Bridge 1885, phtograph by Henry Taunt, reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR CC72/00232

Henley 2000
Henley Bridge 2000, copyright Graham Diprose & Jeff Robins
  The Taunt print is available for sale at the Viewfinder site
of English Heritage.NMR - CC72/00232

"The bridge, a fine stone structure of five arches, has its centre keystones ornamented by the chisel of the Hon Mrs Damar, with allegorical represntations of Thames and Isis, the former on the lower side of the bridge, representing a bold classical head, with fishes swimming from between the flowing beard, and the latter, on the upper side, exhibiting a beuatiful female head, the ideal of the goddess Isis."

Henry Taunt 1885

Recent statues of Olympic Rowers, Sir Matthew Pinsent and Sir Steve Redgrave, now welcome visitors to Henley's award-winning River and Rowing Museum. In the town, tourists are served by a plethora of fancy boutiques and restaurants.

Graham Diprose 2007

See this image on its original map.

The text above are sample extracts from the book; entries for each location are more extensive.


Outline of the River Thames: the area covered by Henry Taunt’s documentary photographs and maps from the source at Thames Head to the Houses of Parliament