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Projecting Bracket: Moulsford Viaduct   

Bracket on W. face of wall at railway viaduct, over River Thames, N. from South Stoke [2GL].

Grid reference: SU 59555 84650.
Landranger 174: Newbury & Wantage, Hungerford & Didcot.
Explorer 170: Abingdon, Wantage & Vale of White Horse.
Explorer 171: Chiltern Hills West.
Structure: Bridge.
Waypoint: PB0020.

Neighbouring Flush Brackets
8 Moulsford, Beetle and Wedge Inn 1.05km to the south.
G3420 Little Stoke, Ash Cottage 1.34km to the east.
9 North Stoke, St Mary's Church 2.06km to the northeast.
G1792 North Stoke, White House Road 2.26km to the northeast.
G1793 Goring, Mount Cottages 3.25km to the south.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is Wallingford, 4.59km to the northeast.

Second Geodetic Levelling, England & Wales (1912-21)
This projecting bracket was used during the Second geodetic levelling, England & Wales, and was levelled with a height of 143.7190 feet [43.8056 metres] above mean sea level (Newlyn datum). It was included on the Basingstoke to Wallingford levelling line. The surveyor's description was Bracket on W. face of wall at railway viaduct, over River Thames, N. from South Stoke.

Logged Visits
Visited on 24th June 2014 by RogerTempleman. Grid reference: SU 5956 8466. Condition: Good.
Not too easy to find with brambles hiding it. Photo showing the bracket at with wider view at Close inspection of the site revealed a rivet a few cm to the left of the bracket, see

Visited on 23rd February 2010 by spuduka. Condition: Good.
Visited in March 2009 where I found it in good condition apart from being immersed in flood water from time to time.

Visited on 2nd July 2006 by dal. Condition: Good.

Visited on 7th May 2006 by lackofluke. Condition: Good.
Hidden a little by the vegetation, but other than that easily found. The bridge is also a handy shelter when it starts to rain, as it did when I visited!

Visited on 31st July 2004 by jochta. Condition: Good.
My first PB and not too difficult to find.
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