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Press Photo Looking up the Long Walk to Windsor Castle

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Looking up the Long Walk to Windsor Castle. The Long Walk covers nearly three miles. It was once flanked by a magnificent double avenue of elms, but they had to be removed because of their great age. The lodge on the left leads to Park Street. The Royalborough Of Windsor In Coronation Year: Always a "must" on the list of places for the tourist to visit, Windsor this year is expecting even more visitors than usual. Although built as a stronghold by William the Cononeror in 1020. Windsor Castle has for many years been the traditional home of the Sovereign and each succeeding sovereign.Was added something to the glories of the ancient Castle. Twice the Castle has been besieged, the last time just before King John signed the Magna Carta at nearby Runnymede. The first Elizabeth re-constracted the North Terrace and walked there every day. The decapitated corpse of King Charles was "lost' there. King Charles II laid out the famous Long Walk. Windsor owes much to King George III, for allower the town are fine examples of the splendid building of ``` ```. Queen Victoria who statue stands at the bottom of Castle Hill, spent most of the years of her widowhood there. Many of the shops in Windsor have the "By Appointmen" sign hanging over their doors and the sovereign very ofter shops personally in the town.

Photo measures 10.25 x 8 inches.

Photo is dated --0000.

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