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The following pictures were (probably) taken early in the morning following the Gaudy in 1993, probably at about 6.30am and certainly before people were up and about (except your photographer).
The view into the lodge, Summer 1993.
The water garden, Summer 1993.
The quad and library building, Summer 1993.
The hall, from the JCR garden, Summer 1993.
The view from the meadow, Summer 1993.
The meadow side of the buildings, Summer 1993.
The music house, Summer 1993.
The bicycle shed or "cyclotron", Summer 1993.
Inside the hall, Summer 1993.
The building site, 1963.
The hall framework, 1963.
The hall, under construction, from a room on staircase 1, 1963.
A view across the site from staircase 3, 1963.
The main beams of the library lying on the ground, 1963.
The staircase 1-8 block shortly to be completed, 1963.
Alan Bullock located a cedar tree in North Oxford, which they tried to transplant to the quad. Here it is as they were about to remove it.
Here is the original tree, planted in the quad in 1964/5. Some of Arne Jacobsen's walls had to be demolished to get the tree in from the road. It didn't have many roots left after they had taken it out of the ground; so not surprisingly, it didn't survive long.