The Hungerford Bridge spans the Thames between Charing Cross and the Southbank.
The footbridges either side were opened in 2002 and named in celebration of the Queen's Golden Jubilee.
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Hungerford Bridge and Golden Jubilee Bridges
Charing Cross / SouthbankLondonWC2N 5DJ
It would be rude to let the reason for the season pass, without saying a few word...
Hear is to the British institute that is Her Royal Highness the Queen.
10 years on and we celebrate your Diamond Jubilee and it is with great pride and pleasure, that we do so.
London awash with union jacks, proclaiming unity amongst not only the British isles, but also the commonwealth countries across the...more
Happy Diamond Jubilee, Your Maj!
What an apt day to review one of my favourite London bridges. Hungerford Bridge is a beautiful bridge to cross due to the fabulous views of the most fabulous city in the world. That's my home - London!
Tourists, come and wander across this bridge and enjoy the views during your visit and locals, come and appreciate the amazing city you should feel honoured to...more
Since living in London, I have been a fan of Hungerford Bridge, which connects Charing Cross train station on the north bank of the river to the southern bank.
Hungerford Bridge is a steel truss bridge carrying trains and there used to be a narrow pedestrian walkway on the bridge itself, which you could use to cross the river - it was fun to traverse the Thames with the vibration and...more
These two bridges run either side of the Hungerford railway bridge, where the trains pull out of Charing Cross station. They replaced the Hungerford footbridge although many people still refer to them by that name. Although they are fine attractive bridges, it's where they go and the views as you cross that make them interesting. They connect the West End to the South Bank and you get a great...more
The Thames has always fascinated me and I love walking its banks all over London. At 16 some friends and I even held a Viking funeral for a plastic teddy (he drowned in a pint) by Cleopatras Needle. I LOVE the Embankment especially on a warn summers evening but it took my father to point out the street furniture first to me.
Street furniture is (often decorated) lamposts, benches etc.