Monday, January 10, 2011

Oxford - Linton Road ...

 ... milk float on the rounds  ...
... he battles through rain, hail, snow, and dashes
past vicious dogs to bring you a pint... of milk ...
He is one of the morning’s unsung heroes;
a trooper of the dawn, the milkman ...
source: menmedia.co.uk
  
 ... room with a view, St Andrew's Church, Oxford
 by en.wikipedia.org ...
... in a neo-Norman style, designed by A.R.G. Fenning
... is an evangelical, bible-teaching Church of England 
parish church. It was consecrated in 1907...
  
 ... the west rose window, a stylised version
of which is used as the church logo.
There is a small bellcote on the south-west side ...
source: en.wikipedia.org
  
... Linton Road was developed between 1894 and 1912 ...
source: britishlistedbuildings.co.uk
  
 ... Edward VII Type A pillar box (1904-1910)
by Andrew Handyside & C° - Derby,
at the junction Linton Road and Northmoor Road ...

source: johnsbooks.org
  
... in the background Linton Road n° 7 (1900)
architect: Arthur Hamilton Moberly
... Neo-Georgian style house,
styled like a miniature country house ...
source: britishlistedbuildings.co.uk
   
by lintonlodge.com
... located on the fringe of Oxford's city centre ...
... consisting of a series of Edwardian houses, which have been
 converted whilst retaining much of the original atmosphere ...
  
... there is a garden with a seating area ...
source: lintonlodge.com
  
... 1.5 acres of well-maintained and mature gardens ...
source: lintonlodge.com
  
... eucalyptus foliage ...
  
... three approx. 30 year old eucalyptus trees ...
  
Linton Road ...
by en.wikipedia.org
... is a road in North Oxford, England.
At the western end is the Banbury Road.
At the eastern end is Wolfson College,
a graduate college of the University of Oxford ...

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