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This item was given to the office in December 1993 as accession 3742.

For a history of the railways in Oxford see vol.4 of the Victoria County History. The London & North Western Railway station at Oxford was erected by Fox, Henderson Ltd in 1851. The building

was erected by Fox, Henderson and constructed with cast-iron bolt-together sections,the roof was to a design borrowed from the Crystal Palace. In 1970 most of the station was demolished apart

from one section which survives as a motorist's tyre and exhaust centre.

Catalogued by Madeleine Simms, June 1995.

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