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Oxford Milestones: Toll House at Folly Bridge


Toll house at Folly Bridge

 

The original toll gate on the Abingdon to Banbury turnpike was at the south end of the Abingdon Road.

Folly Bridge was rebuilt in 1825–7 and in 1844 the toll-gate was moved on to this bridge and the toll house built beside it. The house was designed by James Gardiner and cost £320 to build

Grade II listed jointly
with Folly Bridge:
List Entry No 1319913

More on the toll house,
with a link to its plans

In August 2018 a planning application to turn the toll house into a café was refused (18/00313/FUL). A new application was submitted in December 2018 (18/03325/FUL)

Stephanie Jenkins, 2013