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List of bridges in London

 

List of bridges in London

View of bridges in City of London, looking westwards (upstream): Tower Bridge to Westminster Bridge

List of bridges in London lists the major bridges within Greater London or within the influence of London. Most of these are river crossings and the most well-known are those across the River Thames. Several bridges on other rivers have given their names to areas of London, particularly where the whole river has become subterranean. Other bridges are high level road or rail crossings across other streets

River Crossings

River Thames

Bridges over the River Thames, listed in order traveling from East to West.
Portrait Name Date Opened North Bank South Bank
Queen Elizabeth II Bridge 1991 Essex: Thurrock Kent: Dartford
Tower Bridge 1894 Tower Hamlets Southwark
London Bridge 50 AD
1209
1831
1973
City of London: Monument Southwark
Cannon Street Railway Bridge 1866 City of London: Cannon Street Southwark
Southwark Bridge 1921 City of London: Queen Street Southwark: Bankside
Millennium Bridge 2002 City of London: Queenhithe Southwark: Bankside
Blackfriars Railway Bridge 1886 City of London: Blackfriars Southwark
Blackfriars Bridge 1869 City of London: Blackfriars Southwark
Waterloo Bridge 1945 Westminster Lambeth: South Bank
Hungerford Bridge and Golden Jubilee Bridges 1864
2002
Westminster Lambeth: South Bank
Westminster Bridge 1862 Westminster Lambeth: South Bank
Lambeth Bridge 1932 Westminster Lambeth
Vauxhall Bridge 1906 Westminster: Pimlico Lambeth: Vauxhall
Grosvenor Bridge 1859 Westminster Wandsworth
Chelsea Bridge 1937 Kensington and Chelsea: Chelsea Wandsworth: Battersea
Albert Bridge 1873 Kensington and Chelsea: Chelsea Wandsworth: Battersea
Battersea Bridge 1890 Kensington and Chelsea: Chelsea Wandsworth: Battersea
Battersea Railway Bridge 1863 Hammersmith and Fulham: Imperial Wharf Wandsworth: Clapham Junction
Wandsworth Bridge 1938 Hammersmith and Fulham: Fulham Wandsworth: Wandsworth
Fulham Railway Bridge and Footbridge 1889 Hammersmith and Fulham: Putney Bridge Wandsworth: East Putney
Putney Bridge 1886 Hammersmith and Fulham: Fulham Wandsworth: Putney
Hammersmith Bridge 1887 Hammersmith and Fulham: Hammersmith Richmond upon Thames: Castelnau
Barnes Railway Bridge and Footbridge 1849 Hounslow: Chiswick Richmond upon Thames: Barnes
Chiswick Bridge 1933 Hounslow: Chiswick Richmond upon Thames: Mortlake
Kew Railway Bridge 1869 Hounslow: Gunnersbury Richmond upon Thames: Kew Gardens
Kew Bridge 1903 Hounslow: Brentford Richmond upon Thames: Kew
Richmond Lock and Footbridge 1894 Richmond upon Thames: St Margarets Richmond upon Thames: Richmond
Twickenham Bridge 1933 Richmond upon Thames: St Margarets Richmond upon Thames: Richmond
Richmond Railway Bridge 1848 Richmond upon Thames: St Margarets Richmond upon Thames: Richmond
Richmond Bridge 1777 Richmond upon Thames: St Margarets Richmond upon Thames: Richmond
Teddington Lock Footbridges 1889 Richmond upon Thames: Teddington Richmond upon Thames: Ham
Kingston Railway Bridge 1863 Richmond upon Thames: Hampton Wick Kingston upon Thames: Kingston
Kingston Bridge 1828 Richmond upon Thames: Hampton Wick Kingston upon Thames: Kingston upon Thames
Hampton Court Bridge 1933 Richmond upon Thames: Hampton Court Palace Surrey: East Molesey

River Lea

Subterranean rivers

Canals and Docks

Road and foot bridges

Holborn Viaduct in 2005

Railway bridges

See also

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