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Oxford City Centre  

Oxford City Centre (Little A-Z Map S.)

The A-Z Little Map range is an innovative concept that utilises the brochure format patented by the Little Book Company Ltd. with large scale A-Z mapping to produce a pocket size city centre map that is both informative and user friendly. This coloured street map covers the city centre of Oxford at an easy to read scale of approximately five and a half inches to one mile. As the concept of the Little Map implies, the map is presented as a book which measures 105mm X 65mm and this can be opened up to a single A3 sheet. On the reverse of the sheet is the index, which lists streets, selected flats, walkways, and selected places of interest. Also on the reverse is an enlarged section of the city centre, a separate index to colleges and a road map of the Oxford area.

AA Street by Street Z-map Oxford  

AA Street by Street Z-map Oxford (AA Street by Street Z-Map S.)

This credit-card size street map with a z-fold pattern is a detailed easy-to-read map of the city centre that clearly features: NCP car parks and one-way streets; public toilets; pubs, hotels and petrol station; and public buildings. An index of all streets and places of interests is included.


Oxford: The Photographic Atlas

Packed with high-resolution aerial photography of Oxford and tourist information, The Photographic Atlas of Oxford is the perfect gift for anyone who lives or works in, or visits Oxford. If you live or work in, or visit Oxford, you will already possess a personal stake in this book -- within its pages you will be able to find your house, perhaps locate your car parked in the street, visit some of your favourite places, or simply admire the stunning aerial views of the dreaming spires of Oxford University. Even if you don't know Oxford well, you will find this book fascinating. Packed, too, with tourist information about things to see and do in the city, this is the ideal visual companion to a day or a week in Oxford and the perfect visual memento of your stay. The photographic atlas is easy to use. The photography and the cartography share the same standard grid system, meaning you can cross-reference quickly between the two elements, allowing you to locate a street or place of interest quickly and accurately. Finally, all major streets have been indexed with two page numbers -- one relating to the photography and the other relating to the street mapping.

Inspector Morse Country: Guide to the World of Oxford's Famous Detective  

Inspector Morse Country: Guide to the World of Oxford's Famous Detective

Inspector Morse's name is as inextricably linked with Oxford as it is with the Times crossword. The pubs, churches, university colleges, stately homes, hotels and countryside in and around the city form a real-life backdrop to Morse's investigations in Colin Dexter's 13 novels. This illustrated guide to the places in which Morse lived and worked is full of facts and trivia for Morse addicts, whether you're an armchair fan or you're visiting Oxford and wish to follow in the irascible detective's footsteps.