Filled with famous locations and a rich history, Broad Street (also known as "The Broad" by locals) located in Oxford, England is the site of many historical events and famous locations. Some of these locations include the Bodleian Library, The Sheldonian Theatre, and Exeter College which combined create the whole of Oxford University. This site is also the location where the three Protestant Oxford Martyrs Nicholas Ridley, Thomas Cranmer, and Hugh Latimer were burned at the stake during the Reformation, cobbled stone cross now occupies the exact spot of their execution.
The webcam, which runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week gives you a perfect view of the current weather, traffic, and events that are occurring on the street from day to day. Placed high above on the top of Oxford Martin School building looking downward towards the end of the street this live video gives you a broad view of the entire street and the busy life of both students and visitors.