About Thames Cards

I established Thames Cards in 1990, because I was  disappointed with the range and quality of local postcards that were then available. I had taken a keen interest in local places in the Thames Valley and was already a competent landscape photographer and so I set about creating my own postcards.

Sue Milton

My range of postcards now stretches from Abingdon to Maidenhead, and includes: Thames Path, Thames Locks and Thameside villages (Wargrave, Shiplake, Hurley, and Cookham).
My Henley-on-Thames stock includes many different postcards including: Henley Royal Regatta, Henley Riverside, and Thames Traditional Boat Festival.
As a development from producing postcards, my range of greetings cards proves to be very popular with both locals and tourists. I also offer framed prints on request.
I am able to provide my images for use in brochures and for other commercial purposes such as exhibitions and web sites (please contact Thames Cards for rates).

Please look at my library  of images on this web site for an indication of the range of images available. Please contact me if you are interested in any of my existing work - too extensive to be shown here in its entirety.
As a further development, I now use my photographic archive to create illustrated talks relating mainly to the River Thames and its environs - please see Illustrated Talks for details.

Sue Milton