File:Boulter's Lock punts Maidenhead, Berkshire, England.jpg
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English: Edwardian punts in Boulter's Lock, Maidenhead, Windsor and Maidenhead, Berkshire, England... 1901 - 1911. Beyond the lock is the entrance to the River Thames. Just beyond the pedestrian bridge at the top of the photograph is today's bridge on Mill Road, the road of the nearby home of the later and late television presenter and correspondent Richard Dimbleby CBE, whose blue plaque is on the bridge.
|Source||Vintage postcard 1901 - 1911. Image trimmed to remove damaged edges.|
|Author||Photographer not identified. Publisher: Davidson Brothers, London; publishers of postcards, comics, greetings cards and artwork reproductions from 1901 to their winding-up in 1911.|
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