London Bridges


Can you match the features with the correct bridge?

Tower Bridge carries the A217
London Bridge is the oldest bridge still in use
Cannon Street Bridge was built for the London & South Western Railway
Southwark Bridge was officially William Pitt Bridge
Millennium Bridge was built at a Roman battle site
Blackfriars Bridge is decorated with 8 bronze figures
Waterloo Bridge was opened with a 25 gun salute at 3:45am
Hungerford Bridge carries the railway to/from Victoria Station
Westminster Bridge stood over 6oo years
Lambeth Bridge is Little Dorrit's 'Iron Bridge'
Vauxhall Bridge its correct name is Alexandra Bridge
Grosvenor Bridge was designed by William Jacomb (Brunel's assistant)
Chelsea Bridge was intended to be a 'blade of light'
Albert Bridge was originally a Chinoiserie style wooden bridge
Battersea Bridge was targetted by the IRA
Wandsworth Bridge was constructed mainly by women
Fulham railway bridge has water mains running under the footway
Putney Bridge is just upstream of Richmond Lock
Hammersmith Bridge was opened by Edward VII in 1903
Barnes Bridge is the finishing point of the Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race
Chiswick Bridge was the subject of paintings by Whistler
Kew Bridge took 13 years to build
Twickenham Bridge instructs troops to break step when crossing
Richmond Bridge is decorated with pineapples
Kingston Bridge utilises piers designed by IK Brunel
Hampton Court Bridge its 12th century remains are now within a department store

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