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Description: Old Radcot Bridge (That Part in Grafton and Radcot Parish)
Date Listed: 30 March 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 253798
OS Grid Reference: SU2856099410
OS Grid Coordinates: 428560, 199410
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6927, -1.5882
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GRAFTON AND RADCOT
11/47 Old Radcot Bridge (that part
in Grafton and Radcot C.P.)
Shown on O.S. map as Radcot Bridge.
Bridge. C13 at C14 with later alterations. Limestone ashlar to bridge, roughly
coursed rubble with coping to abutments, replaced by concrete to south-east
approach. Triple single-stepped arches, outer sharply pointed with ribbing to
soffit and central 4-centred without ribbing. Coped parapet with triangular
projection to east side, possibly formerly housing statue. Spans the River
Thames, which here forms the parish boundary between Grafton and Radcot and
Great Faringdon and was formerly the county border with Berkshire. Pontage for
repair of the bridge was granted to Robert del Pultre and Robert de Kaar in
(Buildings of England: Oxfordshire: p733; VCH: Berkshire: IV, p491)
Listing NGR: SU2856099410
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Source: English Heritage
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