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A small bridge crossing the River Stert at Abingdon, at its junction with the Thames. As indicated it was cast by the Bristol-based firm of Acraman for the Wilts & Berks Canal Company, which transported coal from the Somerset coalfields to the Midlands during the 19th Century. Acraman had patented a chain cable design in 1823 and went on to develop foundries and other businesses connected with marine engineering.