Aerial photos of Amazing Reading show Caversham Marina, Business Park and Historic Park
Photographer Tony McGinn stepped out with his drone to capture the reading from above
A drone photographer photographed historic sites around Reading hundreds of feet in the air.
Photographer Tony McGinn took amazing photos of parts of Caversham, Tilehurst, downtown Reading and Caversham on his latest aerial adventure.
Tony took photos of the historic Grade II listed mansion at Tilehurst’s Prospect Park, which is now a Harvester restaurant.
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Before it became the home of the salad cart, the building was home to some of Reading’s wealthiest and best-known families.
People like the Liebenroods – who built the house in the 18th century – and the Kendrick family have all lived in the house at some point.
The house was abandoned for many years before it became the Harvester.
Another site Tony has photographed is the famous Caversham Park.
The historic site is the former headquarters of the BBC and even once served as the makeshift parliament from which all of England was ruled.
More recently, plans have emerged for it to become a care home and housing.
Tony also visited Thames and Kennet Marina in Caversham to capture the boats moored there from the sky.
Finally, Tony was able to capture some footage of the huge Thames Valley Business Park on the outskirts of Reading, which he also took some bizarre photos of at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
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