Windsor Street, Uxbridge

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Just off the High Street is Windsor Street, a short road populated by older shops; as well as being home to St Margaret's Church. The building of this church began in 1245 during the reign of Henry III and was completed during the War of the Roses. It was built at the junction of the two roads in order to serve the growing population of Uxbridge. The church is well known for its beautiful hammer beam roof and is the oldest building in Uxbridge. Windsor Street was the road leading to Windsor during Victorian times.

Hillingdon Local Studies, Archives and Museum Service



Windsor Street, Uxbridge


oil on board


H 39 x W 49 cm

Accession number

UXBLH : 2003.00309

Acquisition method

untraced find, 2003

Work type



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