Berkshire Historic Buildings

Reading is not parished and has a very large number of buildings. We will however divide the town into a number of 'Parishes' and note the location of buildings within these areas. .

The map below will show you roughly where the 'parishes ' are located. Click on one of the links below to see more

Caversham | Central | Coley | Newtown | Prospect | Southcote | Tilehurst | Whitley


These areas are defined only for the purpose of this survey

The 'parishes'

Central Reading - defined as the parts of the Borough bordered by - The Railway - The Thames - The IDR - Redlands Road - Christchurch Road - The A33

Caversham - defined as the parts of the Borough north of the Thames

Coley - defined as the parts of the Borough - south of the Bath Road - east of the railway - west of the A33

Tilehurst - defined as the parts of the Borough bordered roughly by - The Thames - Elsley Road - Overdown Road - Chapel Hill - Park Lane - The Meadway - Norcot Road

Southcote - defined as the parts south of the Bath Road and west of the railway

Prospect - defined as the parts of the Borough - north of the A4 - east of New Lane Hill / Norcot Road - south of the Thames - west of the railway

Whitley - defined as the parts of the Borough - west of Whiteknights Campus - north of the M4 - east of the kennet - south of Christchurch Road.

Newtown - defined as the parts of the Borough - south off the Thames - west of the A3290 - North of Whiteknights Campus - east of Redlands Road and the IDR










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