Marlow on Thames

Marlow on Thames

A view of Marlow on Thames in Buckinghamshire looking downstream towards the suspension bridge. This bridge, opened in 1832 and designed by by William Tierney Clark links Buckinghamshire with Berkshire on the south bank. It is also the model for the Szechenyl Chain Bridge over the River Danube in Budapest. To the left is the parish church of All Saints which dates from 1835 and replaced a 12th century building which had been demolished. This stretch of the Thames is famous for rowing.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 5661 x 3774, 17.13Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 04/12/2018

Ian Lewis | Marlow on Thames
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