Eton Rural District

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Coordinates: 51°29′17″N 0°36′33″W / 51.4881°N 0.6092°W / 51.4881; -0.6092

Eton
Area
 - 1911 41,005 acres (165.9 km2)
 - 1961 35,537 acres (143.8 km2)
Population
 - 1901 20,038
 - 1971 72,035
History
 - Created 1894
 - Abolished 1974
 - Succeeded by South Bucks
Status Rural district

Eton was a rural district in the administrative county of Buckinghamshire, England. It was named after but did not contain Eton, which was an urban district.

It was created under the Local Government Act 1894 and took over the responsibilities of the disbanded Eton Rural Sanitary District. It included the parishes of

The district was abolished on 1 April 1974. It was partitioned between Windsor and Maidenhead in Berkshire (Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury parishes) and Beaconsfield district in Buckinghamshire, with a small part of Burnham and Wexham parishes going to Slough.

Eton RD is the entity above around Slough ( Slough is tinted dark green), but not the small borough directly below it, which is Eton UD.
Administrative map of England in 1931.