The Natural History Museum, Oxford

The Museum building was started in the mid 19th century to house natural history specimens from the Ashmolean Museum and the University. It was built in the neo-Gothic style – the inside of the museum has an extensive glass roof supported by cast iron columns and resembles nothing so much as a large and ornate […]

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The Natural History Museum, Oxford

A view of the Natural History Museum in Oxford. Constructed in the 19th Century and also home to the rather dark and brooding Pitt-Rivers Museum.  The Main building has a glass roof supported by iron pillars and is full of qwerky Victorian details.  Well worth visiting. It is also worth noting the dinosaur footprints set […]

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Oxford

Welcome to my Oxford gallery – just stroll down to view Exeter College Chapel, in the center of Oxford. Something slightly more unusual – a view of a window display at the Blackwell’s Art & Poster Shop on Broad Street in Oxford.   The Natural History Museum in Oxford. This rather ornate building was the […]

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