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Clifton Hampden

Clifton Hampden

The bridge crossing the River Thames at Clifton Hampden in Oxfordshire with the tollkeepers cottage on the far side. This narrow bridge with pedestrian refuges was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1867 to replace the ferry. It remained as a toll bridge until 1946. This view is from the Thames Path.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 4739 x 3139, 17.94Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7000 | Date uploaded: 28/10/2018

Ian Lewis | Clifton Hampden
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Designed to cover a large amount of wall space, canvas prints are ideal for big rooms. We only use 100% cotton canvas with a thickness of 340GSM. We do not use cheap synthetic fiber alternatives.

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