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Description: Ickford Bridge, That Part in the Parish of Waterstock
Date Listed: 18 July 1963
English Heritage Building ID: 246750
OS Grid Reference: SP6487806466
OS Grid Coordinates: 464878, 206466
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7531, -1.0615
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WATERSTOCK ICKFORD ROAD
SP60NW (West side)
6/229 Ickford Bridge, that part in
18/07/63 the parish of Waterstock
(Formerly listed as Ickford
Bridge (that part in
Bullingdon Rural District))
Bridge, Probably partly late medieval and dated 1685. Coursed squared limestone
rubble and ashlar. Main part has 2 arches separated by triangular cutwaters with
refuges. North arch is 3 centred; south is 4 centred with stepped buttresses to
south. Further south still is a smaller 3-centred arch. Stone parapets have
triangular copings, and eastern refuge contains 2 adjacent stones inscribed
"1685/HERE ENDS/ THE COVNTY OF/ OXON" and "HERE/ BEgINETH/THE COUNTY/ OF
Bucks/1685". Other parts of the bridge lie within the parishes of
Tiddington-with-Albury, Oxon, and Ickford, bucks.
Listing NGR: SP6487806466
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Source: English Heritage
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