OXFORD Now and Then Through Drawings, Paintings and Photographs.

Hello everyone and welcome to a new and rather different post.

I came across two interesting and very old books that had some lovely prints. So, I thought you guys (I use that word in its generic form not its gender specific sense) would like to also see them.

Where possible I have included photographs of how the place in the old photos, drawings etc looks now. Of course Oxford being Oxford it hasn’t changed that much which in itself is no bad thing.

Before I finish I have decided to delete the forum as it is not being used. Hopefully I can think of something to replace it. I do have some interesting ideas for the future not only on this blog but on other social media. Watch this space.

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So, enjoy the video about Oxford now and then and take care of yourself.

Author: Chris Sullivan

Up until a few years ago I was my mum's full time carer. She died last year, 2020, of Covid. I am now about to start my third year year at Edinburgh University studying for a second degree this one being English Literature. My other degree is in Ecological Science. At the moment I am attempting to write a novel.

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      1. I found it after. Personally I like this comment section if it doesn’t go too far afield for you.

      2. I generally prefer message board forums (fora?), but you do need a critical mass of users for them to work. Without that, there’s not much point so deleting it makes sense.

  1. Anyway this is a lot easier than a separate forum if you can live with it. I was watching a different TV program the other day and all of a sudden there was Roger Allam being a not very nice person. I couldn’t finish watching it because of time.. but enjoyed knowing at least one actor…
    Thank you for all your efforts put in to this.

  2. Without a doubt these photos, drawing, paintings were beautiful. I was mesmerized. These pictures brought Oxford into reality.

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