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I was on the old Surrey side of the Thames (Sainsburys) and wanted to get to the old Middlesex side. Hmmm I thought. That's a bit of a swim. Low and behold, to my amazement I spotted this strange Stone and concrete construction spanning across...More
I crossed this bridge 6 times walking to our office from my hotel. The sun was rising one morning and the scene was fantastic. So decided to walk along the river on my way to work, very pleasant.
I noticed each time i crossed it...More
Unlike most people I have the pleasure to walk/drive/cycle even run over the bridge, and to add to that I've even been under it!
If I could guess, I'd say the bridge is roughly 19 feet 6 inches in height and looks to be a...More
I cross this bridge twice a day on my work commute, and I enjoy it every time. In the summer, you have a view of multiple heaving beer gardens, and in the winter you have a great view of the Thames.
One other positive to...More
As others have pointed out: it's a bridge with two lanes of traffic passing across and a pavement on either side, so is probably more practical than visually impressive.
There's not much really to be said about it, other than: don't drive across it, walk...More
We were in Staines last week and had booked Mercure on the Thames Hotel, which as the name suggests is along the famous river.
It’s also very close to the Staines Bridge which looks amazingly beautiful in the evenings with the light low, the sun...More