Sutton Bridge, Oxfordshire
|Locale||Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire|
|Maintained by||Oxfordshire County Council|
|Heritage status||Grade II listed|
|Height||14 feet 9 inches (4.50 m)|
|No. of spans||5 & 1|
|Piers in water||2|
Sutton Bridge, Oxfordshire is a road bridge across the River Thames near the village of Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire, England. It is a stone structure built in 1807 with three arches over the main river and two smaller ones across the flood plain. An extension was built in 1809 across the Culham Cut, just below Culham Lock. It was originally a toll bridge and replaced an earlier multi-arch bridge over the original weir and a ferry at this site. It is a Grade II listed building.
- River Thames Alliance. Bridge heights on the River Thames.
- Thacker, Fred. S. (1968) . The Thames Highway: Volume II Locks and Weirs. Newton Abbot: David and Charles. pp. 167, 171.
- "Name: SUTTON BRIDGE AND CAUSEWAYS List entry Number: 1182464". Historic England. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
|Next crossing upstream||River Thames||Next crossing downstream|
|Culham Lock bridges (pedestrian)||Sutton Bridge||Appleford Railway Bridge (railway)|
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