There's something magical about London's Thames bridges.
Each with a unique personality, the diverse river spans often offer the pedestrian Londoner a literal and metaphorical breath of fresh air; a space to pause, slightly removed from the traffic and otherwise somewhat claustrophobic architecture of the city centre; a moment to look up and out, towards a more distant horizon than the pavement or road in front of your eyes.
The 'trembling lady' at night. Source Fineartamerica Source Googlemaps The ever-beautiful Hammersmith Bridge. Source Trucoslondres Albert Bridge, Battersea Source P6ndp Source Femsta The Millennium Bridge, officially known as the London Millennium Footbridge Source Alexander Rosolen Tower Bridge is one of just two Grade I listed bridges over the Thames Source Flickriver Tower Bridge at sunset Source Travelcaffeine Good morning, Hammersmith Bridge! Source London A moody Millennium Bridge. Source Sophii Jacob Source Levanterman An interesting perspective on Tower Bridge. Source Booking Source 500px Source Explosion All the lights from Blackfriars Bridge and Blackfriars Railway Bridge. Source Ishowerinmypants Hammersmith Bridge, face on. Source Historicbridges Southwark Bridge Source Mattscutt Southwark Bridge with Tower Bridge in the distance Source London Source Tower Bridge Source Visit London Source Mattscutt Tower Bridge in silhouette. Source Panoramio Westminster Bridge always looks stunning Source Dado London from the air Source Ibtimes Albert Bridge's unusual colour scheme is designed to make it more conspicuous in poor visibility. Source 500px A different perspective on Tower Bridge. Source London Hammersmith Bridge is Grade II listed. Source 1000things London Source Hnkaraca Westminster Bridge over a glassy Thames. Source Jacob Hammersmith Bridge from below. Source Jaroslaw Marciuk At night, Albert Bridge is illuminated by 4,000 LEDs. Source Slawek Staszczuk Millenium Bridge, London Source Mattscutt Albert Bridge in the moonlight. Source Traceyburfield Hammersmith Bridge was designed by noted civil engineer Sir Joseph Bazalgette. Source Lovegreatbritain Blackfriars Bridge was given Grade II listed status in 1972. Source Don Ramer Angry skies over Westminster Bridge. Source Jacob The Millennium Bridge over a mirror-like Thames. Source Steven Krohn Tower Bridge's bascules are raised around 1,000 times a year. Source Towerbridge A different view of Millennium Bridge, this time from the north of the river. Source Handpicked London The Albert Bridge at sunset. Source Levanterman The Millennium Bridge Source Buzzfeed A lovely sunrise by the Millennium Bridge. Source Christofs70 The Millennium Bridge at blue hour. Source Fineartamerica The Albert Bridge was protected as a Grade II* listed structure in 1975. Source Handpicked London Source Dimitar Hr Albert Bridge, Battersea Source Vickiarcher Blackfriars Bridge at night. Source Flickringtorch Source Alanisko Tower Bridge and The Shard at sunset. Source Spoutfire Sunrise over Westminster Bridge. Source London Source Jacob
Last Updated 15 November 2017