Oxford's first railway staion in 1850
Oxford’s station at Grandpont circa 1850
from 'History of the GWR' by MacDermot, 1927
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Henry Taunt's map of the Thames in Oxford, 1879, showing the layout of the railway when all three stations were still in place.
from 'A New Map of the River Thames' (3rd ed), Taunt & Co, 1879

Oxford


Saturday 15th June 12:00noon - 6:00pm

At Oxford we’ll be centering our events at the Grandpont Recreation Ground and Pavilion, which are very close to the site of Oxford’s first railway station, just off the Abingdon Road near Folly Bridge. We hope to have special buses bringing visitors from the railway station to Grandpont.

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