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Description: Tilting Bridge Approximately 700 Metres South of King's Sutton Lock Oxford Canal
Date Listed: 5 May 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 243819
OS Grid Reference: SP4921135816
OS Grid Coordinates: 449211, 235816
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0186, -1.2843
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SP43NE ADDERBURY OXFORD CANAL
1/96 Tilting bridge approx. 700m S
of King's Sutton Lock
Canal bridge. Late C18, partly rebuilt C20. Wooden tilting bridge, with inclined
counterweight beams, has been renewed. Abutments splay outwards and diminish.
Eastern abutment is in brick with limestone fender blocks and bullnose brick
copings; western abutment has been renewed in cast concrete. This tilting
bridge, designed by James Brindley, is largely found on the Oxford Canal.
Listing NGR: SP4921135816
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Source: English Heritage
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