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© Mr George P. Pells

IoE Number: 249160
Photographer: Mr George P. Pells
Date Photographed: 06 October 2003
Date listed: 09 April 1952
Date of last amendment: 09 April 1952
Grade II*

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BRIGHTWELL CUM SOTWELLA329SU59SEShillingford1/2Shillingford Bridge (that part09/04/52in Brightwell-cum-SotwellC.P.)

BRIGHTWELL CUM SOTWELL A329 SU59SE Shillingford 1/2 Shillingford Bridge (that part 09/04/52 in Brightwell-cum-Sotwell C.P.) II Bridge. c.1826. Limestone ashlar and some brick. Central section has 3 graduated segmental arches with projecting keyblocks, separated by shallow pilaster strips rising from cutwaters; balustraded parapet stands above a projecting band which follows round the pilasters. Flanking sections have plain solid parapets: to south, curving outwards sharply to square piers; to north, forming a long causeway with 9 low plain arches in groups of 1, 3 and 5. On the west face the flanking sections are mainly of brick. The bridge spans the River Thames.

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