Caversham Bridge in Reading

Caversham Bridge in Reading

Caversham bridge, built in 1926, spanning the River Thames at Reading, Berkshire. It connects Reading with Caversham on the river's north bank. There has been a bridge here since the 1100s and in 1231 it is mentioned by Henry III who notes the presence of a chapel on the bridge on the side owned by William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke. There was a skirmish here during the Civil War when the Reading side had a wooden drawbridge which was later painted by JMW Turner.

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Ian Lewis | Caversham Bridge in Reading
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