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Park End Street


"Flanked Heritage"

Taking its name from the village of Parkend, Park End Street is the notable street in the city of Oxford. New Road connects this street to the city center. Built in 1769-1770, the street features Pacey's Bridge constructed over the Castle Mill Stream. The street is lined with the Duke's Cat pub, a railway line and a listed building of Marmalade factory.
Off A420 Road, Oxford, United Kingdom, OX1 1JD
"Flanked Heritage"
Taking its name from the village of Parkend, Park End Street is the notable street in the city of Oxford. New Road connects this street to the city center. Built in 1769-1770, the street features Pacey's Bridge constructed over the Castle Mill Stream. The street is lined with the Duke's Cat pub, a railway line and a listed building of Marmalade factory.
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