A view south from the north bank of the Thames looking between the original Blackfriars Railway Bridge, left, and Blackfriars Road Bridge, right. This railway bridge was dismantled in 1985, and the present rail bridge replaced it the following year.

Date:
1960 - 1972
Location:
Blackfriar's Bridge, Southwark, Greater London Authority
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Blackfriar's Bridge, City and County of the City of London, Greater London Authority
Blackfriars Railway Bridge, Bankside, Southwark, Greater London Authority, SE1
Blackfriars Railway Bridge, Blackfriars, City And County Of The City Of London, Greater London Authority, EC4
London Chatham Dover Railway Bridge, City And County Of The City Of London, Greater London Authority, EC4
London Chatham Dover Railway Bridge, Southwark, Greater London Authority, SE1
Reference:
AA066139
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Description

Image used in 'London's Historic Railway Stations', p.71. This bridge was also known as the London, Chatham and Dover Railway Bridge, however it was originally called St. Paul's Railway Bridge, and Blackfriars Station was originally called St. Paul's Station. Both changed their names in the 1930s.

Content

This is part of the Series: GAY01/01 Railway Stations; within the Collection: GAY01 John Gay Collection

Rights

© Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Photographer: Gay, John

Keywords

Victorian Road Bridge, Victorian Railway Bridge