Beyond Maidenhead, cliffs line the North Bank of the river as the Thames Path heads briefly away from the river into the attractive village of Cookham, then continues through meadows into Bourne End.

This part of the Thames path heads through open fields from Bourne End to the beautiful town of Marlow.

Beyond Marlow, the Thames path passes through the villages of Temple, Hurley and briefly leaves the river at Aston.

The path then heads "inland" past Battersea Power Station then on through Battersea Park.

The path continues from the park past modern apartments towards Wandsworth.

This walk heads away from Windsor and it's dominating Castle out to open fields alongside the Thames.

After several miles of open countryside the Thames comes into Bray and on into Maidenhead, with it's many large houses.

This walk from one of London's newest and most famous landmarks, the London Eye.

The path continues past County Hall, past modern offices to Vauxhall.

The Thames path quickly becomes rural from Henley-on-Thames into the lovely village of Shiplake where the path briefly leaves the river.

From Shiplake there is several miles of peaceful walking before arriving at the attractive village of Sonning where the Thames path switches banks on its way to the busy town of Reading, where the Thames joins the Kennet and Avon Canal.

From the barrier the walk passes the Millennium Dome, now lying vacant, then on through industrial sites to Greenwich.