Golden Jubilee Bridges

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These attractive bridges have great views up and down the river, but if you want to see everything you need to walk across and back again, once on each bridge.

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The two pedestrian bridges enclose the railway bridge, Hungerford Bridge.

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There are plenty of views away from the cables and barriers, so take your time and enjoy!

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aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 25 November 2015

 

7 thoughts on “Golden Jubilee Bridges

  1. Remember these being built and you had to use temporary scaffolding type stairs to get down on the north side! Apparently they are now two of the busiest pedestrian routes in London – some evenings I know it is a bit of an obstacle course as a commuter avoiding tourists and buskers! Love your angles.

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