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Everyone's favourite Mapping, Public Transport and Governance geeks MySociety did some some work on this very question a few years ago. As part of this, they handily produced maps showing travel time by public transport from both Cambridge: And from Oxford: For a weekend away, you probably want to restrict yourself to regions that are at the red end of ...


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Apparently Oxford Backpackers will hold on to them for you, for a fee: Oxford Backpackers, 9A Hythe Bridge Street, will accept left-luggage even from non-residents at 2 pounds per person per day - but not necessarily per item, if two items can be tied together. Remember, however, that you have to climb a flight of stairs to start with. This from ...


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I've done the Oxford <-> Netherlands trip quite a few times over the years. Firstly, I'd say you're missing a few more options: Bus to London, Eurolines or iDBus over to Europe, possibly direct to Amsterdam or possibly changing to another bus/train Bus or train to one of Birmingham Airport, Luton, Stansted or Marston (Kent) for a cheap flight Train to ...


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Right now, the answer is no. I believe you'll need to be a registered reader, and have your readers card approved for old manuscripts. You can see the getting a readers card section for more on how to do that. (Note that you'll likely need a suitable reason, study related, before they'd give you access). You can't just wander up and get access, sorry. ...


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A quick search on travelinesoutheast.org.uk gives you several options: Depart Arrive Changes Max journey time Trip Summary 1. 0643 0817 1 01:34 walk, coach, bus, walk 2. 0658 0852 2 01:54 walk, bus, walk, train, train, walk 3. 0728 0922 2 01:54 walk, bus, ...


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Brompton Bike Hire is also available in Oxford. The iconic foldable bikes are available from £2.50 a day. http://www.bromptonbikehire.com/our-docks/oxford-2624/


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There is such a scheme. However, it doesn't yet cover the city centre, which is why you can't (yet) find any docking stations in the main tourist areas The scheme is called OxonBike, and is run in conjunction with the county council. Currently, all the docking stations are "up the hill", in and around Headington. They're around Oxford Brookes university, ...



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