Leaving our Cul De Sac heading West for Marlow on Thames.
Almost in the Town Centre with Bekonscot Model Village on the left about 60 mtrs ahead.
Driving North through the Town Centre crossing the Chiltern Line Railway Bridge.
Arriving at Beaconsfield Old Town on the A40 where I turn right towards High Wycombe
Heading west just passing the Crazy Bear Theme Hotel
The Village of Bourne End on Thames
Heading down the Marlow Bypass so that I can enter the town from the south. being the quickest route.
Driving North through the village of Bisham having just passed the Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre Training Ground.
The Complete Angler Hotel Ahead on the Right.
This is where I wanted to be, waiting my turn to cross the Single Track Suspension Bridge over the River Thames into Marlow.
The Marlow George & Dragon Hotel on the right.
Marlow's Shopping Centre
Passing Under the Old Military Footbridge at Medmenham, approaching the Danesfield House Estate.
Turning Left into the Magnificent Danesfield House Hotel & Spa Complex.
Just a Few Mog Shots in front of the Hotel or as near as I could get.
The Hotel from the hill in the Car Park.
The Main Entrance
The View from the Terrace to the River Thames
Topiary and Box Hedges in the Parterre Garden
The West Wing
The East Wing
The Riverside View to the Terrace.
The Hotel Mog of the Feline Kind.
It was Saturday - Wedding Day for this Young Couple
Mog on the Prowl.
Wedding Photos in the Garden.
Danesfield House's Wartime Role.
This Paining depicts the Role Played by Danesfield House when it was requisitioned for use as the Centre for the Study of Arial Photographs taken of Enemy Positions at Land and Sea.
The book 'Spies in the Skies' by Taylor Downing tells the whole story of the work carried out there by the thousands of Photo Interpreters and secretarial staff billeted in the house & grounds from aircraft based at RAF Benson nearby.
The following group of poor quality photos were taken in the Hotel in difficult lighting.
On the Way Home.
Leaving the Courtyard
Marlow Memorial Junction.
Leaving Marlow going East
Wooburn Green Church while held at Road Works Traffic Lights.