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The Bridge At Abingdon

The Bridge At Abingdon

The bridge over the River Thames at Abingdon, Oxfordhire. This bridge carries the A415 into the town, travelling from Dorchester-on-Thames. The bridge dates back to 1422 when the first construction was completed. In 1453 three new arches were built and then the whole thing was widened bit by bit in the C19th. It's really two bridges linked by Nags Head Island on which the public house in the image stands. This shows the northern section, the southern, named Burford Bridge, having a wider arch.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 5083 x 3498, 14.68Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 29/10/2018

Ian Lewis | The Bridge At Abingdon
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