of the County Hall is accessed through the cupola at its centre.
The view ranges from the limestone hills of the North Berkshire Ridge, between Abingdon and Oxford, to the ancient Ridgeway track on the chalk downs in the South and West.
Some notable sites in Abingdon and the surrounding area include:
๏ The Market Place (North).
๏ Old Abbey House and the site of Abbey Church (East, behind Gateway).
๏ St Nicolas’ Church (East).
๏ Abbey Buildings and 13th Century Chimney (Shown Above Right) (East).
๏ 19th Century Berkshire County Gaol (South).
๏ Didcot Power Station (South).
๏ St Helen’s Parish Church (West).
๏ Former Morland’s Brewery Tower (West).
Visual guides are available, to provide further information about these, and other, locations visible from the roof.