2 edition of ancient bridges of mid and eastern England found in the catalog.
ancient bridges of mid and eastern England
|Statement||by E. Jervoise ; written on behalf of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.|
|Contributions||Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
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Ancient bridges of mid and eastern England. [London] Architectural Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edwyn Jervoise; Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (London, England).
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Studies: Local - Britain and Ireland. Jervoise, E., The Ancient Bridges of Mid and Eastern England (). Survey for SPAB. Enslow is a hamlet on the banks of both the River Cherwell and the Oxford Canal in Bletchingdon civil parish, Oxfordshire.
The medieval main road linking London with Chipping Norton and Worcester crosses the Cherwell at Enslow. There was a bridge here by the time that John Leland toured England in – John Ogilby's Britannia Atlas of records a timber bridge here that he called Civil parish: Bletchingdon.
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