We endeavour to keep these cameras running as reliably as possible but operational reasons or adverse weather conditions may result in loss of images from time to time. 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).
Navigation data - log files The computer systems and applications dedicated to the operation of this web site collects, during their normal operation, some data (whose transmission is implicit in the communication protocols of the Internet) is not associated with users directly identifiable.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).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. One minute there’s a forecast of sunshine with a tiny bit of drizzle, the next, pictures emerge of organisers wading through one foot of mud – and that’s before anyone has even arrived.So what’s *actually* happening at Glastonbury right now? There is actually a pretty good way of finding out because the BBC has launched its webcam again this year, showing 360 degree real-time views of the site at Worthy Farm.