The church of St. Thomas the Martyr, Oxford

The church of St. Thomas the Martyr was originally founded in the 12th century and was much modified in the 19th and 20th centuries. Now gradually decaying and perhaps mostly overlooked, the church is tucked away near the Oxford Railway Station and behind the old Jam Factory.

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Scooters on Ship Street

The junction of Ship Street and Cornmarket in Oxford is a busy junction near the centre of the city. Cornmarket is a pedestrianised shopping street but scooter delivery riders can walk their way across this busy shopping street with their bikes without fearing a fine. Over time this has grown to be a busy route […]

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Cornmarket Busker, Oxford

Another of my Oxford Townscapes – this a view of a guitarist / singer outside of St. Michael’s on the Northgate, on Cornmarket Street, Oxford. Oxford gets some talented performers and Cornmarket is probably a prime spot, though the other day we had an opera singer outside of Marks and Sparks!

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No. 26 Cornmarket, Oxford

Another of my studies of buildings around Oxford. This is a view of No.26 on the corner of Cornmarket and Ship Street in Oxford.

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