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Bridge of Sighs, Oxford K991481

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Filename: K991481.jpg

Size: 4176 x 4191 (16.9MB)

Date: 22nd April 2008

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Photo Library

Urgency (1-8) 5=normal: 5

Source: English Heritage Images

Job Title: Photographer

© Jon Wyand

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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

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© Jon Wyand

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EDITORS COMMENTS
Breathtaking View of Hertford Bridge, Oxford: A Timeless Masterpiece of Architectural Splendor This photograph showcases the enchanting Hertford Bridge, also known as the Bridge of Sighs, located in the heart of Oxford, England. Designed by Sir Thomas Jackson and constructed between 1913 and 1914, this covered bridge spans New College Lane, connecting Hertford College with All Souls College. The Bridge of Sighs derives its name from the Venetian Bridge of Sighs, inspiring awe and wonder with its unique design and ethereal beauty. The bridge's name is said to originate from the belief that prisoners would sigh as they passed over the bridge, catching their last glimpse of the city before being taken to prison. In this photograph, the bridge's intricate design is beautifully accentuated by the soft glow of the nearby lamp post. The bridge's arches, supported by graceful pillars, create a sense of harmony and balance, while the reflection of the structure in the tranquil waters below adds an extra layer of allure. The Hertford Bridge is a cherished symbol of Oxford's rich history and architectural heritage. It stands as a testament to the vision and craftsmanship of Sir Thomas Jackson and continues to captivate visitors from around the world. This photograph serves as a stunning reminder of the enduring beauty and timeless allure of this remarkable bridge.

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