Saturday, December 11, 2010

Oxford - Frideswide Square ...

 the Saïd Business School, ...
by en.wikipedia.org/wiki
north of Frideswide Square, has one of 
the most modern of the dreaming spires of Oxford ‭…
... the new business school building was completed in‭ ‬2001
designed by Edward Jones and Sir Jeremy Dixon ...
   
... The Ox (2001)  by Olivia Musgrave ...
... The Ox has long been the symbol of Oxford, and this
prominent sculpture greets visitors as they arrive in 
the city from the railway station. The sculpture stands over
3 meters high and was commissioned by the Saïd Business
School in 2001 to celebrate the opening of the building ...
source: oxford inspires
   
... a City Sightseeing open top Tour bus ...
... see the 'Town and Gown' of the historic University City of Oxford ...
  
 ... 'Beaches - Luxury Included®' advertisement on traditional taxi ...
  
... the front of the main Oxford railway station,
northwest of Frideswide Square ...
  
 by en.wikipedia.org
... the Great Western Railway was first opened 
to Oxford on 12 June 1844 ...
  
... thousands of bicycles fill the immense bicycle parking area ...
  
... not so comfy bus stop seat in blue and yellow ...
   
... you are here - Frideswide Square ...
 by en.wikipedia.org
 
 ... the square is named after the patron saint of Oxford
The "square" is actually triangular in shape ...

... Are you going to Frideswide Square‭?‬ ‭
‬Botley Road,‭ ‬Hythe Bridge Street and Thames, ‭
‬Remember me to those who drive there, ‭
‬For ne'er was she a true love of mine ...
By‭ ‬Andrew Malcolm 

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