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Bridges Collection (#2)

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Background imageBridges Collection: Iron Bridge N070066

Iron Bridge N070066
IRON BRIDGE, Telford, Shropshire. View of the bridge down river with reflections shown in the water

Background imageBridges Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04334

Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04334
CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Clifton, Bristol. The walkway beside the road shows the bridges Egyptian temple-like towers and massive engineering features

Background imageBridges Collection: High Level Bridge, Newcastle DP058375

High Level Bridge, Newcastle DP058375
HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE, Newcastle upon Tyne / Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. General view of the road bridge with pedestrian pavement. View from north west

Background imageBridges Collection: Humber Bridge N090342

Humber Bridge N090342
HUMBER BRIDGE, East Riding of Yorkshire / North Lincolnshire. General view of the bridge

Background imageBridges Collection: Royal Albert Bridge a98_05393

Royal Albert Bridge a98_05393
Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall. This bowstring tubular plate girder railway bridge over the River Tamar connects Devonport in Devon to Saltash in Cornwall

Background imageBridges Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04333

Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04333
Clifton Suspension Bridge, Clifton, Bristol. View of the Clifton Suspension Bridge seen from the river bank below. It was designed in the 1830s

Background imageBridges Collection: Ironbridge Gorge EAW024219

Ironbridge Gorge EAW024219
THE IRONBRIDGE GORGE, Shropshire. In addition to the famous bridge, Ironbridge was home to a number of the key elements that drove the Industrial Revolution

Background imageBridges Collection: Millennium Bridge, Gateshead / Newcastle upon Tyne N080490

Millennium Bridge, Gateshead / Newcastle upon Tyne N080490
MILLENNIUM BRIDGE, Newcastle upon Tyne / Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. General view of bridge at night

Background imageBridges Collection: Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496

Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496
LAMBETH SUSPENSION BRIDGE, London. The bridge was constructed across the River Thames in 1861-2. In the foreground a crane unloads bricks from a barge onto a horse drawn cart

Background imageBridges Collection: Hampton Court Bridge in 1875 CC73_00446

Hampton Court Bridge in 1875 CC73_00446
HAMPTON COURT BRIDGE, Richmond Upon Thames, London. Looking toward the third bridge over the Thames at the site, designed by E.T. Murray, built between 1864 and 1866

Background imageBridges Collection: Tilbury Fort N071534

Tilbury Fort N071534
TILBURY FORT, Essex. View of wooden bridge to gatehouse in outer wall

Background imageBridges Collection: Cannon Street Railway Bridge, London DD97_00102

Cannon Street Railway Bridge, London DD97_00102
CANNON STREET STATION, London. A view from the bank of the River Thames looking along the Cannon Street Railway Bridge from the south towards Cannon Street Station

Background imageBridges Collection: Bridge of Sighs, Oxford K991481

Bridge of Sighs, Oxford K991481
HERTFORD BRIDGE, Hertford College, Oxford. View of the covered bridge over New College Lane. Built between 1913-1914 and designed by Sir Thomas Jackson

Background imageBridges Collection: Chatsworth House a069788

Chatsworth House a069788
CHATSWORTH HOUSE, Chatsworth Park, Chatsworth, Derbyshire. A view from river level looking through one of the arches of the Three Arch Bridge over the River Derwent in Chatsworth Park

Background imageBridges Collection: Iron Bridge N070948

Iron Bridge N070948
IRON BRIDGE, Telford, Shropshire. Aerial view of the bridge and gorge

Background imageBridges Collection: Grand Union Canal a065340

Grand Union Canal a065340
GRAND UNION CANAL, London. A view from a misty canal towpath showing a man steering an industrial canal barge along the canal towards a road bridge. Photograph 1955-1965, John Gay

Background imageBridges Collection: Old Battersea Bridge, London BB82_13057

Old Battersea Bridge, London BB82_13057
OLD BATTERSEA BRIDGE, London. The timber bridge of 1771-2, photographed here from the tower of Chelsea Old Church, was built by John Philips under the direction of Henry Holland

Background imageBridges Collection: Richmond Castle J871500

Richmond Castle J871500
RICHMOND CASTLE, North Yorkshire. View from the River Swale towards the castle and bridge

Background imageBridges Collection: River Cherwell, Oxford K991456

River Cherwell, Oxford K991456
RIVER CHERWELL, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Punts moored at Magdalen Bridge

Background imageBridges Collection: Iron Bridge N060047

Iron Bridge N060047
IRON BRIDGE, Shropshire. General view of the bridge, gorge and River Severn

Background imageBridges Collection: Iron Bridge M040116

Iron Bridge M040116
IRON BRIDGE, Shropshire. Detail of lettering on the famous cast iron bridge. Designed by Thomas Pritchard and built in 1779 by Abraham Darby III of the Coalbrookdale Company

Background imageBridges Collection: Castle Bridge

Castle Bridge
Single span bridge over the River Avon at Warwick. IoE 307371

Background imageBridges Collection: Railway Footbridge, Wilmcote Station

Railway Footbridge, Wilmcote Station
Good surviving example of a Great Western Railway footbridge. IoE 305573

Background imageBridges Collection: Severn Bridge

Severn Bridge
Grade I listed First Severn Crossing carrying the M4. It was by far the longest span in England when it was built. Gloucestershire. IoE 479259

Background imageBridges Collection: English Bridge

English Bridge
Bridge over River Severn at Shrewbury. IoE 454641

Background imageBridges Collection: New Tyne Bridge

New Tyne Bridge
Of historic interest as a forerunner of the larger Sydney Harbour bridge built by the same company. IoE 430244

Background imageBridges Collection: Belchers Lift Bridge

Belchers Lift Bridge
One of an important series of Oxford canal lift-bridges, of a type now rare in England. IoE 423607

Background imageBridges Collection: Ouseburn Viaduct

Ouseburn Viaduct
Railway Viaduct. One of the earliest bridges constructed in Britain using the Wiebeking system of laminated wood. IoE 304882

Background imageBridges Collection: Ketton Packhorse Bridge

Ketton Packhorse Bridge
Low and narrow hump-backed bridge of the late C17- early C18. County Durham. IoE 350387

Background imageBridges Collection: Marlow Bridge

Marlow Bridge
Suspension bridge of 1831-6. IoE 46189

Background imageBridges Collection: Roving Bridge, Bordesley Junction

Roving Bridge, Bordesley Junction
Cast Iron bridge over the Birmingham and Warwick Canal, Birmingham, West Midlands. IoE 217131

Background imageBridges Collection: Humber Bridge DP174534

Humber Bridge DP174534
HUMBER BRIDGE, Ferriby Road, Hessle, East Yorkshire. General view of the suspension bridge from south east

Background imageBridges Collection: Packhorse Bridge DP169859

Packhorse Bridge DP169859
Gaisgill Medieval Packhorse Bridge, Fawcett Mill Fields, Gaisgill, Tebay, Cumbria. View looking across the bridge downstream from south east

Background imageBridges Collection: Packhorse Bridge DP169857

Packhorse Bridge DP169857
Gaisgill Medieval Packhorse Bridge, Fawcett Mill Fields, Gaisgill, Tebay, Cumbria. View looking down stream from east

Background imageBridges Collection: Sessay Bridge a014067

Sessay Bridge a014067
Bridge over the Birdforth Beck, Church Lane, Sessay, North Yorkshire. Photographed in 1969 by Gordon Barnes

Background imageBridges Collection: St Botolphs Bridge DP151252

St Botolphs Bridge DP151252
St Botolphs Bridge, Boston, Lincolnshire. The new footbridge over the river Haven from the south, illuminated at dusk, with St Botolphs church beyond

Background imageBridges Collection: Severn Bridge DP138394

Severn Bridge DP138394
Severn Estuary. Severn Bridge and Wye Bridge, M48. General view of bridge

Background imageBridges Collection: Maidenhead Bridge CC97_02744

Maidenhead Bridge CC97_02744
MAIDENHEAD BRIDGE, Maidenhead, Berkshire. The north aspect of the bridge seen from the Buckinghamshire bank, with a small party of girls walking along the riverside path

Background imageBridges Collection: Maidenhead Railway Bridge CC97_02735

Maidenhead Railway Bridge CC97_02735
MAIDENHEAD, Berkshire. A view of the graceful arches of Brunels famous bridge as they cross the River Thames, seen here from the Berkshire riverbank

Background imageBridges Collection: Bourton Bridge CC57_00572

Bourton Bridge CC57_00572
BOURTON BRIDGE, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. A picturesque Cotswold scene showing the bridge over the river Windrush at a crossing point which has been in use since Roman times

Background imageBridges Collection: Lower Slaughter CC72_01052

Lower Slaughter CC72_01052
LOWER SLAUGHTER, Gloucestershire. Looking through the village with a small rustic footbridge crossing the River Eye. Photographed in 1890 by Henry Taunt

Background imageBridges Collection: Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122

Workman Bridge, Evesham CC56_01122
WORKMAN BRIDGE, Evesham, Worcestershire. A view of the Bridge built in 1866 leading into the town from Bengeworth. Showing the River Avon

Background imageBridges Collection: Putney Old Bridge CC41_00090

Putney Old Bridge CC41_00090
PUTNEY OLD BRIDGE, Putney, Greater London. Exterior view of the old timber bridge looking across river from Putney. This bridge, rebuilt in stone in 1884-6 was once a notorious place for duels

Background imageBridges Collection: Putney New Bridge CC63_00030

Putney New Bridge CC63_00030
PUTNEY NEW BRIDGE, Putney, Greater London. The new five span bridge of 1882-6 designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette to replace the 26 span wooden bridge of 1727-9, busy with people and carriages

Background imageBridges Collection: Hammersmith Bridge CC63_00026

Hammersmith Bridge CC63_00026
HAMMERSMITH BRIDGE, Hammersmith, Greater London. The bridge built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette in 1883-7, taken from the south, with elephantine ornament in the foregound

Background imageBridges Collection: London Bridge CC56_01072

London Bridge CC56_01072
LONDON BRIDGE, City of London. The bridge was rebuilt in 1825 as the old one could no longer cope with the increasing traffic, to a design by John Rennie

Background imageBridges Collection: Balcombe Viaduct a98_05398

Balcombe Viaduct a98_05398
BALCOMBE VIADUCT, West Sussex. Built in 1841, the Balcombe Viaduct over the River Ouse on the London-Brighton line north of Haywards Heath is 1

Background imageBridges Collection: Tees Transporter Bridge a55_04344

Tees Transporter Bridge a55_04344
TRANSPORTER BRIDGE, Middlesbrough, Cleveland. This transporter bridge is one of only four in Britain. Built in 1911, a moveable platform was slung by cables from a steel frame




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