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19 Oct, 2009

London Thames bridges – complete list

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: architecture|Bridges|Roads|transport

Had some feedback from the blog about the closure of the Albert Bridge. So here is a full list of all bridges from Hampton Court in Surrey (near London) to the Thames estuary (and out to the rest of the world).

Inland – the first bridge is the A433 at Thameshead

Lots of small bridges in the nether regions of England until…

Hampton Court Bridge
Kingston Bridge

Kingston Rail Bridge

Teddington Footbridge (pedestrian)

Richmond Bridge

Richmond Rail Bridge

Twickenham Bridge
Kew Bridge

Kew Rail Bridge

Chiswick Bridge

Barnes Railway Bridge

Hammersmith Suspension Bridge
Putney Bridge

Fulham Railway Bridge
Battersea Railway Bridge

Wandsworth Bridge
Battersea Bridge
Albert Bridge
Chelsea Bridge

Grosvenor Railway Bridge (tricky name, good for a pub quiz!)

Vauxhall Bridge
Lambeth Bridge
Westminster Bridge

Hungerford Bridge (pedestrian)

Waterloo Bridge
Blackfriars Bridge

Blackfriars Railway Bridge

Millennium Bridge (pedestrian) (this is the famous wobbly bridge from St Pauls to the Tate Modern)

Southwark Bridge

Cannon Street Rail Bridge

London Bridge
Tower Bridge

Queen Elizabeth II Bridge (Dartford Crossing)

Going towards the sea – no more bridges.

Queen Elizabeth II Bridge is an elevated stretch of road 2,872 m (9,423 ft) long, with two pylons making the 34th longest suspension cable bridge.
It can be seen near Bluewater shopping centre and is quite remarkable as most people in London don’t know it is there.

See Images of Bluewater >

1 Response to "London Thames bridges – complete list"

1 | Boodle-65

November 19th, 2009 at 2:54 pm


Very useful when I am in my canoe.

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