Cookham Railway Station - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Hand held virtual tour panorama showing Cookham Railway Station. The station is actually in Cookham Rise, just outside Cookham itself. Image taken in April 2012 at the beginning of a country walk.
Cookham Railway Station - FURTHER INFORMATION
Cookham Railway Station - Cookham visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Cookham Railway Station' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Berkshire.
TimeOut WalkCookham Station forms the starting point of Walk 24: Cookham to Maidenhead in the Time Out book of Country Walks. This 10.5 mile walk takes in a number of local sights including:
- Sir Stanley Spencer House - the birthplace of the artist is near Cookham Rise and there is a blue plaque on the building.
- Cookham Dean - with an old stone cross and country pub.
- Quarry Wood - woodland walk with views over Marlow and the Thames Valley.
- Winter Hill with a good panoramic view over the Thames Valley and the surrounding hills.
- Kenneth Grahame and The Mount - former home in Cookham Dean of the writer of The Wind in the Willows, now a school.
- Cock Marsh - National Trust land next to the River Thames containing some prehistoric burial mounds.
- Holy Trinity Church - Medieval church with a 12th century chapel.
- Spencer Gallery - art gallery in Cookham High Street containing many works of Sir Stanley Spencer.
- Odney Common - open play area with sports fields, walks and access to the River Thames.
- Ray Mill Island - found just sough of Cookham in the River Thames the island contains restaurants, parks and a wier.
Windsor and Maidenhead
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Train: Cookham Station with a change at Maidenhead for links to London Padington.
Road: Cookham is 35 miles west of London on the M4, A4 and A4094. It is about 35 miles southeast of Oxford on the M40 and A4094 and 4 miles north of Maidenhead.