These pictures of Marsh Baldon and Toot Baldon were taken in mid December 2002.
The church at Marsh Baldon, Oxfordshire.
Surrounded by fields and at the entrance to the village of Marsh Baldon, this striking church is one of the most
graceful in this part of Oxfordshire.
Directly opposite the church at Marsh Baldon lies this wonderful old timber framed cottage.
In the center of the village of Marsh Baldon, this chocolate box thatched cottage is surely one of the best examples to be found anywhere.
Another wonderful collection of thatched properties on the village green at Marsh Baldon.
Another fine example of a thatched timber framed cottage, set just on the edge of the village green at Marsh Baldon.
Further along the winding road beyond Marsh Baldon lies the rural village of Toot Baldon with its pretty church.
The church at Toot Baldon is set some distance from other houses in the village, but is adjacent to an old and rather
imposing vicarage. It could almost be mistaken for a private chapel.
The church is still in regular use, and the graveyard well maintained.
The imposing old Vicarage at Toot Baldon which lies next to the church.
The old Manor House at Toot Baldon. Photograph courtesy of Dennis Miller.
The old Courthouse at Toot Baldon. Photograph courtesy of Dennis Miller.