EPW000823 ENGLAND (1920). St Clements Street, Oxford, 1920

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Title [EPW000823] St Clements Street, Oxford, 1920
Reference EPW000823
Date May-1920
Link
Place name OXFORD
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 452356, 206001
Longitude / Latitude -1.2414978358176, 51.749800462
National Grid Reference SP524060

Pins

Plasterer's Arms pub (?exact location) (demolished and flats built ~2005.)

Al
Friday 12th of April 2013 11:09:52 PM
Half Moon pub (?exact building)

Al
Friday 12th of April 2013 11:06:36 PM
Coach and Horses pub (shut in year 2000)

Al
Friday 12th of April 2013 10:58:32 PM
Port Mahon pub

Al
Friday 12th of April 2013 10:56:02 PM
Magdalen College School

Joe
Saturday 23rd of February 2013 09:19:26 PM
Angel and Greyhound public house

Val Forsdyke
Friday 14th of December 2012 02:05:50 PM
= current name. Do you know if this is the name in 1920?

Al
Friday 12th of April 2013 10:50:48 PM
Magdalen Bridge

Val Forsdyke
Friday 14th of December 2012 02:02:49 PM
The Angel & Greyhound recreation ground

Val Forsdyke
Friday 14th of December 2012 01:59:32 PM
Angel and Greyhound Meadow

Al
Friday 12th of April 2013 10:49:30 PM
The Old Black Horse public house

Val Forsdyke
Friday 14th of December 2012 01:56:34 PM
The Cape of Good Hope public house

Val Forsdyke
Friday 14th of December 2012 01:54:05 PM
Stone's Almshouses founded in 1700.

Val Forsdyke
Tuesday 11th of December 2012 03:28:46 PM
South Park, owned privately by the Morrell brewery family until 1939 when the Oxford Preservation Trust bought it. In 1951 the Trust gave it to the city of Oxford.

Val Forsdyke
Tuesday 11th of December 2012 03:25:01 PM
The Plain received it's name after St Clement's Church, dating from 1122, was demolished in about 1828 which left an open space. It was rebuilt in Marston Road. It's churchyard disappeared when the Plain roundabout was constructed in 1950.

Val Forsdyke
Monday 10th of December 2012 05:08:56 PM
Victoria Fountain, with small clock tower, built 1899 and donated belatedly by G H Morrell for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897 It provided drinking water for people and water troughs for horses. It was built on the site of the former St Clement's Toll House.

Val Forsdyke
Monday 10th of December 2012 04:56:33 PM
I think this was known as Cowley St John School before the comprehensive system was brought in in 1972. It was a segregated school with girls being taught on the other side of the road, where Moberley Close is today. It was then transfered to Cricket Road and named Cowley St John Comprehensive. The Boys School is now East Oxford Community Centre. The girls school was demolished.

Barbara B
Sunday 18th of November 2012 11:34:51 AM
Ridge and furrow in South Park

Joan Bellinger
Wednesday 14th of November 2012 07:58:30 PM
Cowley Road Hospital?

Joan Bellinger
Wednesday 14th of November 2012 02:50:02 PM
Or possibly the Warnford?

hbw
Saturday 15th of June 2013 12:54:07 AM

User Comment Contributions

The Plain, Oxford, 27/01/2015

Class31
Wednesday 28th of January 2015 10:54:42 PM
South Park, Oxford, 27/01/2015

Class31
Wednesday 28th of January 2015 10:53:01 PM
St. Clement's Street, Oxford, 27/01/2015

Class31
Wednesday 28th of January 2015 10:52:01 PM
St. Clement's Street, Oxford, 27/01/2015

Class31
Wednesday 28th of January 2015 10:51:28 PM
St. Clement's Street, Oxford, 27/01/2015

Class31
Wednesday 28th of January 2015 10:50:56 PM
Stones Court, St. Clement's Street, Oxford, 27/01/2015

Class31
Wednesday 28th of January 2015 10:50:25 PM
St. Clement's Street, Oxford, 27/01/2015

Class31
Wednesday 28th of January 2015 10:49:43 PM
The Plain, Oxford, 27/01/2015

Class31
Wednesday 28th of January 2015 10:49:01 PM
A lovely view of St Clements

Helen Fountain
Thursday 27th of September 2012 09:20:35 PM