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Slough is a large town in Berkshire, England, in the Thames Valley at the intersection of the M4, M40 and M25 motorways, 20 miles (32 km) west of central London and 18 miles (29 km) north-east of Reading. In 2018, Slough had 164,000 populations. The A4 and the Great Western Main Line pass through the town, historically part of Buckinghamshire's neighbourhood. It is expected that the Elizabeth line will allow quicker trips to central London. Slough has the highest concentration outside London for global corporate headquarters. Slough Trading Estate is Europe's biggest single-owned industrial estate with more than 17,000 jobs in 400 firms. McAfee, Burger King, Lego and Blackberry have head offices in the town.
There are different primary and secondary schools serving Slough. Also, East Berkshire College has a regional campus. Slough schools are at GCSE level among the top 10 best performers in the region.
Slough is a travel hub near Heathrow Airport, London, Maidenhead, Uxbridge, and Staines. Most people from Slough work in nearby towns like Reading, Bracknell, London, and Windsor, and in the morning and evening rush hours there are large passenger movements. Great Western Railway stations serve Slough at Burnham, and Langley, Slough.