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EPW022539 ENGLAND (1928). New housing at Bulan Road and the 43rd Regimental Barracks, Headington, from the north-west, 1928

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Title [EPW022539] New housing at Bulan Road and the 43rd Regimental Barracks, Headington, from the north-west, 1928
Reference EPW022539
Date 11-August-1928
Easting / Northing 454739, 205872
Longitude / Latitude -1.2069981690412, 51.748412753205
National Grid Reference SP547059


White's Farm, now Wood Farm Road

Thursday 22nd of October 2020 08:12:27 PM
Now the site of Paul Kent Hall and other university accommodation. Some original buildings remain.

Sunday 6th of January 2019 11:20:11 PM
Cinnaminta Road

Thursday 20th of October 2016 12:43:33 AM

Thursday 20th of October 2016 12:41:40 AM

Thursday 20th of October 2016 12:40:23 AM

User Comment Contributions

Okay it took me a moment to get my bearings due to the confusing title of this photo. The front row of houses in this pic is Dene Road. So if you were to look at this knowing current layout of the area in 2016...

On the left side of the pic, the road that has nothing built but a single house on it yet is The Slade. Now traveling right from where Dene Road connects, the first long straight row of houses going up is Bulan Road. The continuing down Dene Road you come next to Benson Road, then of course Dene Road continues via the turn as that final row of houses. The short row of houses that connects all three roads is Coverley Road and that ENDS at Dene road. Both Dene and Bulan roads continue out to Hollow Way.

At this point in 1928 no houses or roads have been built yet for Glebelands, Lye Valley, etc. Hence the area for the Golf course to be is just out of frame marked by the boundary trees/bushes.

Just amazing too see how different this area looks at its beginnings. No forest surrounding the area, instead farmland.

Tuesday 24th of May 2016 07:09:08 PM
Southfield (Oxford City) Golf Club on right-hand corner, directly in front of

Monday 25th of June 2012 03:23:02 PM