NVSS DEG 0.3
Vla deg 0.075
WISE deg 0.075
Over in the Finding the Giants (NVSS) thread, HAndernach wrote (on p4):
ARG0003o6c looks like 2 doubles (FRIIs), the southern one almost N-S and the northern one E-W? Looking for IDs for the S pair: SDSS J112506.74+023229.0 seems a spiral and off radio axis; close pair SDSS J112506.31+023250.6/SDSS J112506.12+023249.8, but they have strange colors+shapes and no z_phot; for the northern one, looking at the FIRST image, I'm not sure I would relate them...
Here's an SDSS image with FIRST contours added:
Unlikely-to-be-the-host SDSS J112506.74+023229.0, z_ph 0.299±0.0795/0.251±0.0909, looks like this (SDSS J112506.31+023250.6/SDSS J112506.12+023249.8 are above it):
Boilerplate: SDSS image per
http://skyservice.pha.jhu.edu/DR10/ImgCutout/getjpeg.aspx, FIRST (red) contours derived from the FITS file produced using SkyView with Python code described in this RGZ Talk thread. Image center (J2000.0) is the galaxy SDSS J112506.74+023229.0; "z_ph" its SDSS photometric redshift.