|The Long Walk, the road leading up to the entrance, totaling some 2.64 miles in length.
|Windsor Castle as seen from the air with the Thames off to the upper left corner. The round tower on the small mound in the center marks the site of the original fortification.
|A castle fit for a king (or Queen).
|Living large in a large museum.
|St George's Chapel, begun in 1475 by Edward IV.
|St. George's Hall after the 1992 fire restoration efforts.
(Compare this photo to the one below.)
|The upper photo is St. George's Hall after the fire. The lower photo
gives some idea of the general destruction caused by the 1992 fire.
|Windsor Tower Bailey, 1848, Joseph Nash
|The North Terrace at Sunset
ca. 1790, Paul Sandby