Aubreys Lift Bridge At Thrupp

Aubreys Lift Bridge At Thrupp

The lift bridge (221) at Thrupp on the Oxford Canal just north of Kidlington in Oxfordshire. Thrupp is a purely canal village - the road stops here! Aubreys Bridge or, as it is sometimes known, Smithy Bridge takes traffic to a car park and tea rooms. Boats passing through the bridge take a sharp left turn to moor or continue on the way to Banbury. This part of the Oxford Canal opened in 1788 and largely follows the course of the River Cherwell. It winds round hills, so locks are well spaced.

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Ian Lewis | Aubreys Lift Bridge  At Thrupp
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