A floating record shop has arrived in Oxford.

Luke Guilford runs The Record Deck UK and travels the waterways selling vinyl along the way.

The 45-year-old set up shop today from his 60ft narrowboat moored on the Thames in East Street, Osney Island, near The Punter pub.

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He said: "I've had a good welcome - I've been coming to Oxford once a year for about six years - some customers come back every year.

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"I've been doing this for about seven years - before that I was working in the library at Hackney College."

Mr Guilford, who lives on the boat, said trade has been hit this year as there are fewer festivals he can attend.

He added: "I usually carry about 1,200 albums and a few hundred singles - you can't carry too many on the boat."

Mr Guilford's love of vinyl started when he was a teenager.

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He said: "My friend and I used to go to Leicester record fair and spend all our paper round money."

The Record Deck will be open in Oxford tomorrow at the same location from 11am to 6pm.

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Mr Guilford added: "I have just come from Bath but I'm not sure where we will go next."

Customers keep an eye on The Record Deck UK's movements on Facebook.