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The Lambeth bridge is a very old & famous bridge across river Thames.
It was first built in 1862 & the second bridge was made in 1932.
The bridge is painted in Red to match the leather benches in the House of Lords, which is...More
I'd walked across Vauxhall bridge, a few minutes stroll down mill bank then back across Lambeth bridge.. Giving views of Lambeth palace for south of the river. Turning to view left side of the bridge seeing the Houses of Parliament.
Walking helps you see so...More
The next bridge along from Westminster bridge heading west away from the centre of London, the existing bridge was built less than 90 years ago to replace the previous unsafe structure.
It’s not a must see but does offer a good vantage point for taking...More
Again the beauty of the night view, hues and colours that’s so different during the day.
Capturing the moment to share here with everyone. It’s nice to see the place during the day and night and note just how much it is the same and...More
Liked this bridge as it isn’t as busy as the other London city centre bridges. It is mainly frequented by residents going to and fro about their lives. It’s a lovely steel arched bridge in black and red which makes it stand out among other...More
So.....it’s a bridge... nothing overly exciting about it to be honest. It’s used by many every day, both on foot or in vehicles, but there is a nice wide raised path either side of the road along the bridge to walk or jog from one...More
Our most recent stay in London saw us one day taking a walk through Parliament Square and then on to the Victoria Tower Gardens. After viewing the Buxton Memorial Fountain and while having a rest, we were able to view the Lambeth Bridge.