Up until the 20th. Century the town was largely made up of for four streets; Church Street, Bridge Street, Thames Street and Back Lane. Thames Street and Back Lane both lead (in opposite directions) from the Anglers Wharf and up to either end of Church Street. Apart from a few cottages dotted about the rest of the area consisted of large Houses and a few Farms.
I've been fortunate and have found one or two images of the Anglers Wharf. Both my Brother and my Sister have little limited edition prints of watercolour paintings of the wharf, so I was rather pleased to find a little Postcard of the Angler's Hotel and the Wharf.
I do not live far away and must go a take some pictures of how it looks now - look out for future postings. I was born about half-a-mile downstream and about 200 yards, or so, from the Thames, and as a teenager and young man spent many a happy hour in the Anglers and the Swan (next door - up through the Arch). I think this may be the start of several, as yet unplanned visits to the Town.