Beneath Reading Bridge

Beneath Reading Bridge

Standing under Reading Bridge which spans the River Thames, looking towards the northern, Caversham bank. This is a concrete single-span bridge connecting the town of Reading in Berkshire with Caversham. Originally there was just one bridge in the town - Caversham Bridge, - just further upstream. But as the main town absorbed the village of Caversham in the early 1900s, a new bridge was needed and this structure was finally opened in 1923.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 5617 x 3745, 24.57Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 27/01/2019

Ian Lewis | Beneath Reading Bridge
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