Nuneham Railway Bridge

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Nuneham Railway Bridge
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Nuneham Railway Bridge from downstream
Coordinates51°40′10″N 1°14′27″W / 51.669456°N 1.240878°W / 51.669456; -1.240878Coordinates: 51°40′10″N 1°14′27″W / 51.669456°N 1.240878°W / 51.669456; -1.240878
CarriesCherwell Valley Line
CrossesRiver Thames
LocaleAbingdon, Oxfordshire
Maintained byNetwork Rail
Characteristics
Height15 feet 9 inches (4.80 m)[1]
History
Opened1929

Nuneham Railway Bridge is a railway bridge in England near the town of Abingdon, Oxfordshire. It carries the Cherwell Valley Line between Didcot and Oxford across the River Thames between Abingdon Lock and Sandford Lock. The current bridge was built in 1929 and has also been called the Black Bridge. It replaced an earlier wooden bridge built in 1844.

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Next crossing upstream River Thames Next crossing downstream
Sandford Lock (pedestrian) Nuneham Railway Bridge Abingdon Lock (pedestrian)