OLD MARSTON VILLAGE to the north of FARNHAM COMMON 45 MINUTES DRIVE VIDEO NUMBER 1
Ypsi Notos flying over Marston Recreation Ground, Oxford
FULL ROUTE: Oxford bus Company BROOKESbus U5 (including Marston Loop)
Marston is a village in the civil parish of Old Marston about 2 miles (3 km) northeast of the centre of Oxford, England. It was absorbed within the city boundaries in 1991. It is commonly called Old Marston to distinguish it from the suburb of New Marston that developed between St. Clement's and the village in the 19th and 20th centuries. The A40 Northern Bypass, part of the Oxford Ring Road forms a long north-west boundary of the village and parish and a limb, namely a distributary, of the Cherwell forms the western boundary.