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In The Trout Inn in Oxford drinkt Inspector Morse regelmatig een goede pint. Bijvoorbeeld in de aflevering: The Wolvercote Tongue. #film #locations

In The Trout Inn in Oxford drinkt Inspector Morse regelmatig een goede pint. Bijvoorbeeld in de aflevering: The Wolvercote Tongue. #film #locations

Upper Heyford, England school house

Upper Heyford, England school house

Phone boxes still in use complete with lights. Broadway Cotswolds

Phone boxes still in use complete with lights. Broadway Cotswolds

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ARCHITECTURE – Christchurch Hall, Oxford University, England photo via randy

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Snowshill, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England

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Nestled on the banks of the River Thames and steeped in history this 17th century pub is a unique setting to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Inspiring literacy greats from Lewis Carroll and Collin Dexter’s Inspector Morse and providing a meeting place to the likes of Roseamund the Fair and King Henry II our pubs charming background is most certainly one of its distinctive

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*Winding road through the Cotswold Village of Broadway, Worcestershire, UK (by Andrew Michael)

Cotswolds, England

Cotswolds, England

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Headington, Oxfordshire. The Kilns; former home of celebrated author C S Lewis ( 1898-1963). The Kilns was built on a former brickworks in 1922. In 1930, the house was then bought by C S Lewis, his brother, and Mrs Janie Moore.

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