EAW006311 ENGLAND (1947). Bridge Street, the Market Place and town centre, Banbury, 1947

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Pennawd [EAW006311] Bridge Street, the Market Place and town centre, Banbury, 1947
Cyfeirnod EAW006311
Dyddiad 27-May-1947
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 445653, 240513
Hydred / Lledred -1.3340257548838, 52.060694065869
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SP457405


Banbury lock on the Oxford Canal

John W
Sunday 21st of August 2016 05:54:27 PM
St John’s Church is situated in South Bar Street. St John’s Parish begins with the mission being established in Banbury in 1828 by the French émigré priest, Fr. Pierre Hersent. The Church Sanctuary, the Presbytery and the Old School (now The Dupuis Centre) were designed by A.W. Pugin. St John’s was built in 1838 and consecrated in 1938.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 12:09:55 PM
Marlbourough Road Methodist Church. Established in 1895.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 12:01:35 PM
Ye Olde Reindeer Inn, which dates back to the 15th century. It is a characterful and atmospheric pub where once Oliver Cromwell held court arranging future battles. Its high beams, wooden floors and benches and the famous Globe Room create a unique atmosphere.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:54:18 AM
This fine Victorian Gothic Town Hall, designed by the local Architect E Bruton, is the fourth Town Hall to be constructed in Banbury. This historic building has an abundance of character and was first opened on 24 October 1854 and in 1860 a Clock was added to the Tower.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:47:09 AM
St Mary's Church. Banbury. It was built in the 1790s to replace the Mediaeval one damaged during the English Civil War.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:45:09 AM
People's Park which opened in 1910, and has a bird house, tennis courts, a large field and a children's play area. The park is often used in the summer to hold small festivals. The park is also one of the town's biggest in terms of the area covered and one of the few major ones not to be built on a steep hill

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:42:59 AM
The famous Banbury Cross is situated at a cross-roads on the broad Horsefair, is a mid-19th century replacement, erected to commemorate a royal wedding in 1858. The original medieval cross was destroyed by the Puritans in the early 17th century. The well-known nursery rhyme refers to the cross - ' Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross to see a fine lady on a white horse'. It is thought this rhyme referred to a visit by Queen Elizabeth I.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:35:33 AM
The grand frontage to the old Corn Exchange, opened in 1857. A statue of Ceres, goddess of agriculture tops the building. It became the Vine Inn & is now an entrance to Castle Quay shopping centre

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:32:24 AM
These buildings have been demolised and now have flats located on this site.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:30:01 AM
Tooley’s Boatyard, situated in the heart of Banbury on the South Oxford Canal, is the oldest working dry dock on the Inland Waterways, having been in continuous use since 1790.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:27:06 AM