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Mornington Street railway bridge lamp standards, Mornington Street

Mornington Street railway bridge lamp standards, Mornington Street, London NW1 7QH View on map

The bridge, built by the London and North Western Railway circa 1900, crosses the West Coast main line near Regent’s Park linking John Nash's Park Village East with Camden Town. At each corner are refurbished cast iron lamp standards, now supporting new globe lanterns replacing those destroyed in WWII bombing.


Opening Arrangements

Day and night throughout the year.


By car approach from south end of Camden High Street, turn left into Delancey Street, left into Parkway and left again into Park Village East. Underground: Camden Town, Northern Line (¼ mile walk). Bus: Routes C2 and 274 to Parkway bus stop.

Parking Spaces


Use of public transport strongly recommended

Disabled Access

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