The first railway bridge to cross the Thames in London, UK: Grosvenor Bridge

London, UK, images; bridges

Grosvenor Bridge, the first railway bridge to cross the Thames in London, leading to Victoria Station (formerly known as Grosvenor Terminus). The Victorian four-arched wrought iron bridge and subsequent additions were replaced from 1963 onwards. The four-arch profile was maintained.

Grosvenor Railway Bridge; in the distance: St George Tower
Grosvenor Railway Bridge; in the distance: St George Tower

Graffity under the railway bridge

Other famous bridges in London

The Golden Jubilee Footbridges

“First opened by Her Majesty Queen Victoria”: Blackfriars Bridge

Built in 2004 as part of the new development: Battersea Footbridge

The only drawbridge in London: Tower Bridge

 

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