Maldon is the second oldest town in Essex and one of the most interesting.



The Blue Boar was Maldon's principal inn and its origins as building date back to the 1390s, but it became an inn in the 1570s.







All Saints Church in the High Street, which has a unique triangular tower.



The interior of All Saints Church.



The Moot Hall's origins date back to the 15th century.  It was where  the Borough of Maldon's business was carried out in past times.




The High Street with the War Memorial on the extreme left.



The King's Head dates back to the 1540s and was once an inn, but  it is now a shopping centre.



The Maldeune Centre.  The tower was formerly part of St Peter's Church.



The mock Tudor building was formerly Maldon's Post Office and dates from 1907.



The Swan Inn.



The Jolly Sailor pub on the Hythe.



St Mary's Church is Maldon's other parish church is situated near the Hythe.



The Hythe at Maldon.




Sailing barges tied up at the Hythe at Maldon.



Promenade Park.




The remains of the former St Giles' Leper Hospital.



The frontage of the former Maldon East Station.



The former Maldon West Station goods shed.