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    Welcome to our Berkshire map page. The map of Berkshire England that is located below is provided by Google Maps. You can "grab" the electronic map and move it around to re-centre the map. You can change between standard map view, satellite map view and hybrid map view. Hybrid map view overlays street names onto the satellite or aerial image. You can also use the zoom bar to zoom in or out. You can use the search form directly below the map to search for any location in the world.

A map of Berkshire, England




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    Berkshire Maps

    Aldermaston | Ascot | Binfield | Bracknell | Burghfield | Caversham | Colnbrook | Cookham | Cookham Dean
    Cox Green | Crowthorne | Datchet | Earley | Eton | Finchampstead | Hungerford | Hurst | Kintbury | Lambourn | Langley
    Maidenhead | Newbury | Pangbourne | Reading | Sandhurst | Slough | Sonning | Sonning Common | Sunningdale
    Sunninghill | Thatcham | Theale | Tilehurst | Twyford | Waltham St Lawrence | Wargrave | White Waltham | Windsor
    Winnersh | Wokingham | Woodley

    Berkshire Map

    Berkshire is both a ceremonial county and a historic county of England. The administrative county of Berkshire including the Berkshire County Council were abolished in 1998. The county is often referred to as the Royal County of Berkshire because of the presence of the royal residence of Windsor Castle in the county; this usage, which dates to the 19th century at least, was recognised by the Queen in 1957, and letters patent issued confirming this in 1974.

    The ceremonial county has the same boundaries as the former administrative county, but historically the county was not co-terminous with this. The county borders the counties of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Wiltshire and Hampshire. Historically the county included several towns to the northwest of the county (including Abingdon, Didcot and Wantage) that were moved into Oxfordshire in 1974 boundary changes. At the same time the town of Slough was moved into Berkshire from Buckinghamshire.

    Under boundary changes in 1995, the county also acquired a boundary with Greater London. A later reorganisation, in 1998, abolished the county council. The highest tier of local government in Berkshire are now the unitary authorities of Bracknell Forest, Reading, Slough, West Berkshire, Windsor and Maidenhead and Wokingham.

    Large Berkshire England map

    “© OpenStreetMap contributors, CC BY-SA”.

    Map of the location of Berkshire in England

    Districts of Berkshire

    Map of the Districts of Berkshire England

      1. West Berkshire
      2. Reading
      3. Wokingham
      4. Bracknell Forest
      5. Windsor and Maidenhead
      6. Slough

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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