IMAGES TAKEN NEAR TO
Valpy Street, READING, RG1 1AF

Introduction

This page details the photographs taken nearby to Valpy Street, RG1 1AF by members of the Geograph project.

The Geograph project started in 2005 with the aim of publishing, organising and preserving representative images for every square kilometre of Great Britain, Ireland and the Isle of Man.

There are currently over 7.5m images from over14,400 individuals and you can help contribute to the project by visiting https://www.geograph.org.uk

Image Map


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Notes
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Image Listing (1400 Images Found)

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Office block on the Reading Ring Road
It's interesting to see the old and new buildings running together, which you can still see in a few places on Manhattan as well.
Image: © David Howard Taken: 24 Apr 2016
0.01 miles
2
Forbury Road, Reading
Looking up to the office blocks around the station.
Image: © Andrew Smith Taken: 11 Oct 2007
0.02 miles
3
Forbury Road, Reading
Looking ahead to Apex Plaza, an office block beside the railway station. The road is a dual carriageway and part of the ring-road encircling the town centre. The mossy wall encloses Forbury Gardens.
Image: © Andrew Smith Taken: 28 Nov 2007
0.02 miles
4
Forbury Road, Reading
Ahead is Apex Plaza with Queen's House to the right.
Image: © Andrew Smith Taken: 28 Nov 2007
0.02 miles
5
Former offices of the Berkshire Chronicle
The Dutch gable of this building in Valpy Street bears the inscription 'B.C. 1770', although it is a Victorian construction. The initials stand for Berkshire Chronicle, the date 1770 was when the newspaper was founded - in Wokingham. The paper was later renamed the Reading Chronicle, and its office and printing press were located here between 1891 to 1986. Information from Reading Museum website (link no longer available in July 2022). Since this photo was taken, Chronicles bar has gone and there are different tenants on the ground floor.
Image: © Rose and Trev Clough Taken: 7 Feb 2008
0.02 miles
6
Adam, Libby and Karen
This sculpture of three uninhibited people is by Liz Mulchinok, commissioned by Laing Properties, 1983. It is in a small courtyard between Minerva House and the Hospitium.
Image: © Rose and Trev Clough Taken: 5 Feb 2008
0.03 miles
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Forbury Road, Reading
Looking eastwards towards roundabout junction with A329
Image: © Clint Mann Taken: 24 Apr 2015
0.03 miles
8
Reading town centre [9]
One of three mosaics from the Roman town of Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester). Seen in Reading museum. See also Image, Image and Image Reading is a market town and the county town of Berkshire. It is located in the Thames Valley at the confluence of the rivers Thames and Kennet, some 37 miles west of London and about 24 miles southeast of Oxford. Reading dates from the 8th century and became an important trading and ecclesiastical centre in the Middle Ages, with Reading Abbey, a large and rich monastery. The town is a major commercial centre, especially for information technology and insurance. It also serves a large area of the Thames Valley as a regional retail centre.
Image: © Michael Dibb Taken: 7 Feb 2023
0.04 miles
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Reading town centre [10]
One of three mosaics from the Roman town of Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester). Seen in Reading museum. See also Image, Image and Image Reading is a market town and the county town of Berkshire. It is located in the Thames Valley at the confluence of the rivers Thames and Kennet, some 37 miles west of London and about 24 miles southeast of Oxford. Reading dates from the 8th century and became an important trading and ecclesiastical centre in the Middle Ages, with Reading Abbey, a large and rich monastery. The town is a major commercial centre, especially for information technology and insurance. It also serves a large area of the Thames Valley as a regional retail centre.
Image: © Michael Dibb Taken: 7 Feb 2023
0.04 miles
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Reading town centre [11]
One of three mosaics from the Roman town of Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester). Seen in Reading museum. See also Image, Image and Image Reading is a market town and the county town of Berkshire. It is located in the Thames Valley at the confluence of the rivers Thames and Kennet, some 37 miles west of London and about 24 miles southeast of Oxford. Reading dates from the 8th century and became an important trading and ecclesiastical centre in the Middle Ages, with Reading Abbey, a large and rich monastery. The town is a major commercial centre, especially for information technology and insurance. It also serves a large area of the Thames Valley as a regional retail centre.
Image: © Michael Dibb Taken: 7 Feb 2023
0.04 miles
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