Map of Historic Oxford

The Historic Towns Trust has published a sheet map of historic Oxford.  Based on a digitised version of the Ordnance Survey map of Oxford published in 1876, the Historical Map shows the city's main medieval and post-medieval buildings (whether lost or still standing in 1876) against the background of the city in Victorian times.

The map carries a gazetteer and illustrations on the reverse, introducing and explaining Oxford's most important buildings: the castle, the colleges and the great public and university buildings, like the Bodleian Library and the Radcliffe Camera.

The map cover

The map is folded like an Ordnance Survey map, and the card cover carries an informative and readable introduction to Oxford's history, written by Alan Crossley, the editor of the Historic Towns Atlas of Oxford which is in preparation.

An extract from the map showing how medieval (gold) and post-medieval (pink) buildings, defences and ditches are shown

Part of the gazetteer on the reverse of the map

The map is available to buy through local booksellers in Oxford, the Oxford Museum, or by ordering through any bookshop or on-line book retailer.  The Historic Towns Trust does not sell its publications directly, but they are easy to obtain by order - please order it through your usual book retailer, quoting the ISBN.

ISBN: 978-0-9934698-0-0

£8.99

Published by the Historic Towns Trust as part of its Town & City Historical Maps series.