Newbridge, River Thames

  • new bridge
    newbridge, oxfordshire.jpg
    new bridge (from the south bank of the thames)
    coordinates51°42′36″n 01°25′02″w / 51°42′36″n 01°25′02″w / 51.71000; -1.41722
    carriesa415 road, thames path
    crossesriver thames
    localeoxfordshire
    maintained byoxfordshire county council
    heritage status

    new bridge is a 13th-century bridge carrying the abingdonwitney road (now the a415) over the river thames in oxfordshire, england, close to the thames' confluence with the river windrush. it is one of the two oldest surviving bridges on the thames, part grade i and part grade ii*-listed.[1][2]

    the bridge is in a rural setting, with a public house at either end: the maybush inn on the south bank and the rose revived on the other.

    the bridge consists of two spans. the northern span crosses the river and the southern span, south of the maybush, is dry underneath except when the river floods.[3]

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New Bridge
Newbridge, Oxfordshire.jpg
New Bridge (from the south bank of the Thames)
Coordinates51°42′36″N 01°25′02″W / 51°42′36″N 01°25′02″W / 51.71000; -1.41722
CarriesA415 road, Thames Path
CrossesRiver Thames
LocaleOxfordshire
Maintained byOxfordshire County Council
Heritage status

New Bridge is a 13th-century bridge carrying the AbingdonWitney road (now the A415) over the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England, close to the Thames' confluence with the River Windrush. It is one of the two oldest surviving bridges on the Thames, part Grade I and part Grade II*-listed.[1][2]

The bridge is in a rural setting, with a public house at either end: the Maybush Inn on the south bank and the Rose Revived on the other.

The bridge consists of two spans. The northern span crosses the river and the southern span, south of the Maybush, is dry underneath except when the river floods.[3]