Oxford Road, Reading
Oxford Road is a major arterial road in Reading, Berkshire, England, near the town centre. The road leads west to Pangbourne, continuing eventually to the city of Oxford. The road was previously known as Pangbourne Lane.
Most of the road is designated the A329. Reading West railway station is near the eastern end of Oxford Road. Tilehurst railway station is near the western end of the road, serving the Reading suburb of Tilehurst. The road to the northwest becomes Purley Rise at Purley on Thames, leading to Pangbourne. To the east in central Reading, it becomes Broad Street, the main pedestrianised shopping street in Reading.
The Chatham Street development off Oxford Road, which is still under construction (as of 2010), offers possible improvement for this part of Reading with a £250 million investment scheme, including new shops, accommodation, services and leisure facilities.
- Phillips, Daphne (1980). The Story of Reading. Countryside Books. p. 54. ISBN 0-905392-07-8.
- Oxford Road Community School, Reading, UK.
- About Battle Library, Reading Borough Libraries, UK.
- Where are we?, Oxford Road Community Garden, Reading, UK.
- Statement of Reasons: The Reading Borough Council (Land at Chatham Street, Reading) Compulsory Purchase Order No. 1 2005, Reading Borough Council, UK, 20 July 2005.
- "Tubular Bells: The Mike Oldfield Story - BBC Four". BBC. Retrieved 2016-07-08.
- "History | Little Chef". Retrieved 2016-07-08.
- Old pictures of Reading, including Oxford Road
- Opening of the Tesco supermarket on the Oxford Road, YouTube (includes an interview with the Reading West MP, Martin Salter)
- Moon Dogs Coffee Shop, YouTube
- Wheelbarrow Festival — Flowers In Barrows — on the Oxford Road, Reading Evening Post
- A cycle path on the Oxford Road (including the road itself)
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