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NeilsYard
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136 of 142  Mon 15th Feb 2016 9:29am  
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On 7th Sep 2015 11:32am, TonyS said: A photo I took in 1984 from the corner of High Street showing someone peering down this very well. The side of Owen Owen (now Primark) can be seen on the left, with the framework of what is now J.D. Wetherspoons (right-centre) just visible through the trees.
Can anyone recall the ruins that were there at this time and what they were actually of?
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Osmiroid
UK
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137 of 142  Mon 15th Feb 2016 12:16pm  
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I don't know the ruins, not sure if the well was just a public well out on the pavement of Broadgate????
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NeilsYard
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138 of 142  Thu 6th Oct 2016 10:40pm  
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This one links in well to the image I posted earlier pre-Cathedral Lanes, only further to the left.
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Osmiroid
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139 of 142  Thu 6th Oct 2016 11:08pm  
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Great picture! Interesting in showing the small building that was in front of the library has sadly gone.
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140 of 142  Fri 7th Oct 2016 12:15pm  
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On 6th Oct 2016 10:37pm, NeilsYard said:
That view up showing the front of the bank is another reason to dislike CL.
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Midland Red
Cherwell
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141 of 142  Wed 23rd Nov 2016 6:24pm  
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More money to be pumped into Cathedral Lanes - report
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Midland Red
Cherwell
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142 of 142  Wed 23rd Aug 2017 8:16am  
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According to this article, Cathedral Lanes is now home to "the city's thriving new dining quarter" Cheers Even though nothing will change my view that it should never have been constructed in that position, it is excellent news that it now enjoys this success Sadly, my age and location suggest that I shall never be able to sample its delights, so I look forward to other commentators' reviews of some of the dining places Smile
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