Church By The Oxford Canal

Church By The Oxford Canal

A canalside scene at Shipton-on-Cherwell in Oxfordshire. The Oxford canal here is overlooked by the parish church of Holy Cross. The church and village predate the canal by several centuries - the River Cherwell being the only waterway then! There has been a church here since the C12th but after a number of additions it was demolished in 1831 and the present Gothic Revival one built. The canal arrived in 1788, built to link the Midland canals with the Thames at Oxford and thence to London.

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Ian Lewis | Church By The Oxford Canal
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