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These webcams are located in the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3JS, UK (find on Google Maps). To the right of the frame you can see ‘Najars Place’ (or ‘the Hut’) a converted cabmen’s shelter (1896).
They are Axis M1011 webcams, serving an .h264 encoded stream. Email: [email protected] 2 looks to the north of St Giles. Just off camera to the right is St John’s College (1555).
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To the left of the frame, on the other side of the street, you can see the back of the Ashmolean, the Classics faculty, Blackfriars (a Dominican priory), and behind the tree is: Pusey House (1884; founded in memory of Edward Pusey, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement), and Pusey House Chapel, the Oxfam Bookshop (the first to be opened; the original Oxfam shop is behind the OII on Broad Street), the Eagle and Child pub (1650; popularly known as “The Bird and Baby”), famous meeting place of the Inklings (including C.
Tolkien), who met in the ‘Rabbit Room’ at the back of the pub.
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The Shetland Museum webcam looks over Hay's Dock, the last remaining area of original dock on the Lerwick waterfront, it was authentically restored during the construction of the Shetland Museum and Archives building in 2007.
Thanks to Shetland Museum & Archives for supporting the webcam location.