Lane End is a thriving village and civil parish just south of the M40, about two miles west of Booker. From the early 19th century the village's growth was sustained by supplying wheat and barley to the breweries in Marlow and Henley. In addition to working the land, the inhabitants traditionally manufactured chairs or worked in a local iron foundry.
Cadmore End is a small village two miles away on the Marlow Road. It is largely located on a narrow by-pass, so has retained its rural serenity despite the close proximity of the M40 motorway. At one time the village supported a large brickworks.
Wheeler End is a hamlet between Lane End and the A40; it dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period.
Most of the photographs were taken in 2016; those taken in 1996/7 were by a local resident, Simon Griffin.