#1. Is the position of a kissing gate with a footpath that leads across the Common to the south west corner and onto Maidenhead.
#2. Is the site of a five bar gate and holding pen, which was used for the reception of cattle and horses for marking purposes on 14 th of May or " Widbrook Fair Day."
#3. & #4. Both of these are five bar gates, to give access to cattle, and the Hayward's pony and trap.
#5. It was a combination of a five bar gate and kissing gate, both to give access to Widbrook Cottage, for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
#6. This small layby was used by the road serfacing workmen to park their travelling van, tarpot and steamroller.
#7. This whole area was used for stockpiling road gravel and sand, for use in the resurfacing of the road.
#8. & 9. This water meadow pasture area was rented out to Sheephouse Farm in Maidenhead Court for night grazing of their dairy herd during the Common rental season of May to October.
#10. This marks the site of a Winter Pond, which when frozen solid, was used by many local residents for skating at the weekends.