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Maidenhead is the largest town in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and is located on the south-western bank of the River Thames in Berkshire. The town’s name comes from the original name of “Maiden Hythe” (meaning “New Wharf”), and was built in the Saxon times, when a new wharf was built next to the new bridge built in around 1280. Danes invaded in the year 870 and disembarked their longboats at Maidenhead, before travelling to Reading, which they made their regional power base. Maidenhead then became a major stopping point for coaches journeying to and from London, Gloucester and Bath and became one of the busiest coaching towns in England. The Bear Hotel on the High Street is the best surviving old coaching inn in the town, built in the late 18th century. The present railway bridge at Maidenhead was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1838. Its two arches are the widest and flattest in the world.
Maidenhead has a number of landmarks as well as the bridge, including the clock tower, built for Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee and Boulter’s Lock, which became a popular resort in Edwardian times. Visitors to Maidenhead can learn about local history of the area at the Maidenhead Heritage Centre, which collects and preserves artefacts, photos, and sound recordings to illustrate local history.