08:05AM, Sunday 16 November 2014
A new book which looks 'through the lense' into Windsor's past has been launched.
Royal Windsor: Images of a Bygone Age has been put together by heritage consultant and local historian Elias Kupfermann.
It contains pictures taken in the town by local photographers between 1894 and 1935.
They captured everything from Royal events to everyday life on the streets of Windsor.
The book focuses in the main on three photographers; George Moore Henton and Thomas Cochrane Senior and Junior.
Many of the images have never been seen locally before.
The book can be bought from Waterstones, or directly from firstname.lastname@example.org for £12.50 including postage and packing.
Top Ten Articles
Hungry residents in Slough and Windsor can now have a Big Mac sent directly to their door as McDonald’s joins forces with a food delivery service in the towns.