Oxford Worcester Train
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The historic university city of Oxford is located in the county of Oxfordshire and is roughly 35 miles to the east of Cheltenham and 30 miles to the south west of Milton Keynes. Although known for its university the economy of Oxford is also reliant on car making, publishing, science and technology, bellfounding and brewing. Several of the University's colleges had private breweries which includes Brasenose College whose brewery survived until 1889.
Oxford used to be an important port of the River Thames, although the section of the Thames that runs through Oxford is called The Isis. To accommodate commercial traffic the Oxford-Burcot Commission in the 17th century took steps to improve the navigability of the river. The Oxford Canal was constructed in the 18th century in order to connect Oxford with the Midlands. Commercial traffic has given way to recreational use of the river and canal. Oxford was the original base of Salters Steamers and there is a regular service from Folly Bridge downstream to Abingdon and beyond.
Interesting attractions in the city include the Ashmolean Museum, the Bodleian Library, Christ Church Cathedral, The Headington Shark, the Museum of History and Science and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
The city of Worcester in Worcestershire is a beautiful Cathedral and University City located on the banks of the River Severn, in the heart of England. The city is close to the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds and with easy access from the M5 it is packed with heritage and its vibrant, compact centre combines quintessential English charm with modern convenience. For a slightly different experience whilst in the city why not pay a visit to The Morgan Visitor Centre. Visit the only car maker in the world to have survived for a century under the ownership of its founding family and marvel at the skilled craftsmanship still apparent today. The centre's experienced guides take visitors into all workshops to see the hand making of a Morgan sports car from very start to finish. Alternatively pop along to The Commandery and learn about its long history that is reflected in the range of architectural styles of the building from medieval to Victorian. The Commandery will greet visitors with tales about greed, power, wealth, war, romance, death and industry. Using state of the art audio interpretation, The Commandery's long hidden history comes vividly to life, allowing you to explore 6 chosen periods, enjoying the characters and the atmosphere of the buildings colourful past.