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Caption for Abingdon, Arches Bridge c1965: Abingdon Bridge, built 1416-1417, is classified as a listed monument. The Thames is quite wide at this point, and forms two separate streams as it flows on either side of Nags Head Island. The Nags Head Inn is the building we can see here at the end of the bridge. This original ribbed arch section is the nearest to the town.

Memories of Abingdon-on-Thames

I used to work in fine fare wallington in 1970 have you got any photos

I am trying to obtain information regarding a mid- air collision over Bracknell Berkshire in the 1940’s. Believed to be 1943 but could a few years away from that date. It is believed to be between a Hurricane and a Spitfire but there is also no confirmation of that. The incident happened opposite what is (...Read full memory)

My Dad was in the Canadian army and was posted to London when I was 7 years old . We lived in the top flat at 27 Chartfield Avenue . What a magical place ! The back yard was huge, with apple, pear and cherry trees to climb and a massive grassy area to run . We were an international (...Read full memory)

I remember this well - a glorious early Summer's day and lovely spots to play music, dance and drink beer with Mr Hemmings Traditional Abingdon Morris. We started - I think - at a pub called "The Ox" and progressed through the day with dance (...Read full memory)

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