EPW024628 ENGLAND (1928). Gloucester Green, Oxford, 1928

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Details

Title [EPW024628] Gloucester Green, Oxford, 1928
Reference EPW024628
Date September-1928
Link
Place name OXFORD
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 451008, 206384
Longitude / Latitude -1.2609688678761, 51.753368549267
National Grid Reference SP510064

Pins

Beaumont Street, Oxford, 07/10/2015

Class31
Wednesday 14th of October 2015 09:55:22 AM
1935 Chapel of St George-the-Martyr demolished and replaced by the present Cinema

yokayo9121
Sunday 30th of March 2014 12:52:04 AM
OLD SCHOOL HOUSE.

Andy from Abingdon on Thames
Saturday 21st of December 2013 11:33:33 PM
Oxford's Boys' High School, at the time (now owned and used by the University)

ndaisley
Monday 2nd of September 2013 06:12:23 PM
Just about here was a building which was classed as an 'ancient monument', as of 1947: it is shown as such in Thomas Sharp's fearful 'Oxford Replanned' book of that time. Evidently it wasn't of such architectural value that it couldn't be bulldozed for the building of Nuffield College! But I'd be interested to know what it was...

ndaisley
Monday 2nd of September 2013 06:11:29 PM
Greyhound Inn (public house) Worcester St.

Avaleigh
Friday 3rd of May 2013 04:15:01 AM
this was the city morgue

Barbara B
Saturday 9th of March 2013 10:08:14 AM
The pond in Nuffield College Quad as today

peterk
Thursday 7th of March 2013 03:26:21 PM
This building was Oxford Fire Station

Barbara B
Wednesday 14th of November 2012 08:55:21 PM
These are stacks of coal that have been unloaded from canal barges

Barbara B
Wednesday 14th of November 2012 03:35:06 PM
This is the house I was born in 1948 it was demolished in the 1950's and Nuffield College was built there.

Barbara B
Wednesday 14th of November 2012 03:30:33 PM

User Comment Contributions

This area has been partly demolished and rebuilt. Gloucester Green used to be the bus station and in earlier times had been the cattle market. The Morgue had been in a building in the centre of Gloucester Green later transformed into a cafe and public toilets.

Barbara B
Wednesday 14th of November 2012 09:04:38 PM
This is the first time I have seen the houses of George Street Mews, where I was born in 1948, as it was demolished and replaced by Nuffield College,

Barbara B
Sunday 28th of October 2012 09:01:45 PM
This is the first time I have seen the houses of George Street Mews, where I was born in 1948, as it was demolished and replaced by Nuffield College,

Barbara B
Sunday 28th of October 2012 09:01:44 PM
... and this is how Gloucester Green looks today. Such a difference to the bustling market place.

Sandra Brauer
Monday 8th of October 2012 04:13:48 PM
What a fascinating image of Gloucester Green -you can even see the market stalls!

Antonia Harland-Lang
Monday 8th of October 2012 11:51:07 AM