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Description: Oxford Canal Northbrook Bridge (That Part in Kirtlington Civil Parish)
Date Listed: 9 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 243455
OS Grid Reference: SP4897621920
OS Grid Coordinates: 448976, 221920
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8937, -1.2897
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SP42SE KIRTLINGTON OXFORD CANAL
4/70 Northbrook Bridge (that part
in Kirtlington C.P.)
Canal and river bridge. Late C18; river bridge possibly earlier. Coursed squared
limestone with some ashlar dressings. Canal bridge has a segmental arch with
projecting imposts and keyblock linked by a plain hood mould; parapet rises over
arch from square piers on the east and has a flat coping; north face has a
cast-iron plate inscribed "210". River bridge on west has a group of 3 graduated
semi-circular arches rising from ashlar piers, with small triangular cutwaters
on both sides; piers and flanking projecting strips have ashlar imposts
continued as bands under the arches. The approach from the west is by a short
causeway, curving northwards, which has further ashlar piers and a rebuilt flood
Listing NGR: SP4897621920
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Source: English Heritage
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