Slough has changed a lot throughout the last decade, with businesses coming and going and new structures popping out around town.

We've decided to take a look at the most notable locations.

The Curve, which is now a landmark in Slough which is hard to miss, began construction in 2014.

It was first opened to the public in September 2016.

Images from 2008 show a disused site at where the landmark now stands. 

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Other notable changes to the town have been the transformation of East Berkshire College into Langley College.

The college on Station Road, Langley got its new name in 2017.

Sometime between 2012 and 2014, the college saw new buildings being built with a modern look.

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Slough High Street has also seen many changes, being more pedestrianised now than it previously was.

Old favourites like Francesscos have also left the area. 

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However, Slough Train Station is one area in Slough which hasn't seemed to change at all.

Its distinct appearance and clock appear the same now as they did in 2012. 

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What areas do you think have changed the most?