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Gloucester Gate Bridge, Regents Park

Gloucester Gate Bridge, Regents Park, London NW1 7PS View on map

Constructed 1877 to span a branch of the Regent's Canal, of unusual width and remarkable for the amount of artistic embellishment, including four elaborate bronze lamp standards supporting large lanterns, two bronze plaques commemorating the martyrdom of St Pancras and quatrefoil fretwork designs on the balustrade.


Opening Arrangements

Day and night throughout the year.


At the junction of Albany Street, Parkway, Prince Albert Road and Park Village East. Best approached northwards along Albany Street from central London. Underground: Camden Town, Northern Line (¼ mile). Bus: routes C2 and 274 to Parkway bus stop then a short walk.

Parking Spaces


Use of public transport strongly recommended

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes