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Description: Bourton Bridge (That Part in Lower Slaughter Parish)
Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 129897
OS Grid Reference: SP1603320966
OS Grid Coordinates: 416033, 220966
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8870, -1.7684
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LOWER SLAUGHTER FOSSEWAY
SP 12 SE
6/14 Bourton Bridge
(That part in Lower
25.8.60 Slaughter (P))
1806, widened and rebuilt in 1959. Ashlar. Three slightly pointed arches, the
centre one being larger. String moulded parapet. Octagonal piers at each end of
walls with ogee finials. The upstream side is the original. An historic
crossing, bridged first by the Romans and with a stone bridge since 1483.
Listing NGR: SP1603320966
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Source: English Heritage
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