Folly Bridge Oxford from the air
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aerial photograph of Folly Bridge Oxford built in 1825 to 1827 and designed by Ebenezer Perry. Its from this location that Oxford gets its name as originally the river crossing was a simple ford over which Oxen were driven. Overlooking the River Thames and Folly Bridge is the popular pub " The Head of the River".
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