Some Bridges Over the Regent’s Canal

I present here some of the bridges that crosses the Regent's Canal in London. I have never had a project like, "let's photograph all the bridges that cross the canal", but I have photographed them on my walks. These shots are taken on a relatively short section of the canal in Camden and Regent's Park... Continue Reading →

The Magnificent Forth Bridge

The Forth Bridge was formally opened by Prince of Wales, Albert Edward (future king Edward VII) 130 years ago, on 4 March 1890. The construction was finished in the end of 1889 and it was tested on 21 January 1890. Seeing this bridge had been in my bucket list and in July 2016 I travelled... Continue Reading →

Brunel’s Windmill Bridge in Photos

Windmill Bridge is located in West London, near Hanwell flight of locks on Grand Junction Canal. It is better known as Three Bridges even though there aren’t three bridges. It’s a clever structure that makes road, canal and railway crossing possible at the same spot. It was opened 160 years ago. The engineer was Isambard... Continue Reading →

Clifton Suspension Bridge In Photos

On 8 December 1864 Clifton Suspension Bridge was officially opened. The bridge links Clifton (Bristol) to Leigh Woods spanning the Avon Gorge and River Avon. I visited the bridge in April 2016. I went there twice, on 21 and 23 April and photographed this Grade I listed structure both on black and white and colour... Continue Reading →

High Level Bridge in Photos

High Level Bridge in Newcastle-upon-Tyne was officially – even though without big ceremonies – opened on 28 September 1849 (although in some sources the date is 27 of September). The first passenger train had already crossed it in mid August. The High Level Bridge is one of my favourite bridges and I have photographed it... Continue Reading →

Tower Bridge Turned 125 This Summer

Please note that this article was published in 2019. Tower Bridge in London was officially opened on 30 June 1894 by the Prince of Wales. Because of the 125th anniversary the year is full of events. An exhibition about the architect Sir Horace Jones is open until September, and the whole autumn is full of... Continue Reading →

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