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But I still went on, always expecting the next turn to reveal the beauties, and reflecting that it was a much larger town than I had been led to suppose.
Upon leaving the cemetery, go back towards Jowett Walk and continue past it (the pavement becomes very narrow). On your left, you will find a substantial section of the old city wall.
There behind me, far away, never more beautiful since, was the fabled cluster of spires and towers.
I had come out of the station on the wrong side and been all this time walking into what was even then the mean and sprawling suburb of Botley.
(Prepared by Kim Gilnett with assistance from Stan Mattson and Michael Ward) Please be aware that this is an outdoor walking tour, and NOT a tour of the interiors of the locations you’ll be seeing. When facing Blackwell’s you will notice a tiny pub on your left.
The buildings on the tour may not be open and available to the general public. Begin this walk in front of the world-famous Blackwell’s Bookshop on Broad Street, directly across the street from the Sheldonian, Oxford’s most illustrious meeting hall designed by Christopher Wren. The White Horse, which seems almost part of the shop.
Continue on past The King’s Arms along Holywell Street.