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Drawing on Oxfordshire
[Introduction] [Abingdon] [Banbury] [Oxford] [Woodstock] [Exhibition]

The Oxfordshire Museum

The museum celebrates Oxfordshire in all its diversity and features collections of local history, art, archaeology, landscape and wildlife as well as a gallery exploring the county’s innovative industries from nuclear power to nanotechnology.

The GPS drawings took place on the grounds of Blenheim Palace, home of the 11th Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

Selection of museum artefacts:
Hover the mouse pointer over the objects for more information.

Wooden Hand for displaying gloves in shops Carpet Beater

Steel Key  - 18th Century Bugal for summoning the Woodstock Fire Brigade

The Woostock Sward - c.1775-80

Individual GPS drawings of the museum objects:

The museum objects can be seen amongst all the tracks made by the participants:

All GPS tracks combined together recorded on October 22nd 2003:

[Introduction] [Abingdon] [Banbury] [Oxford] [Woodstock] [Exhibition]