The Bridge At Culham Lock

The Bridge At Culham Lock

Properly named the Sutton Bridge Extension, this picturesque bridge carries the road from Culham to Didcot over River Thames. It was built in 1809 as an extension to the longer Sutton Bridge and spanning the lock cut. This is a very narrow bridge, traffic flow being controlled by lights.

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Image size: 4928 x 3264, 18.73Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7000 | Date uploaded: 28/10/2018

Ian Lewis | The Bridge At Culham Lock
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