BBC News is reporting that a plaque honoring Inspector Morse has been unveiled at the police station in Oxford where the fictional TV drama character was based. The Inspector Morse Society has erected the plaque to mark the station's importance in the fictional detective's career which has brought thousands of tourists to Oxford.
Colin Dexter, author of the Morse novels, was at St. Aldates station on Sunday to formally uncover the tribute. The Jaguar car used in the TV series by the late actor John Thaw, who played Morse, was at the event.
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