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Bridges of London

Name all the bridges that cross the River Thames in London.
Bridges in order from East to West
Quiz by relessness
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First submittedJanuary 9, 2013
Last updatedNovember 4, 2018
Times taken4,577
Rating3.85
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Bridge
Road
1894
Tower Bridge
Road
1973
London Bridge
Rail
1866
Cannon Street Railway Bridge
Road
1921
Southwark Bridge
Foot
2002
Millennium Bridge
Rail
1886
Blackfriars Railway Bridge
Road
1869
Blackfriars Bridge
Road
1945
Waterloo Bridge
Rail + Foot
1864, 2002
Hungerford Bridge and
Golden Jubilee Bridges
Road
1862
Westminster Bridge
Road
1932
Lambeth Bridge
Road
1906
Vauxhall Bridge
Rail
1859
Grosvenor Bridge
Road
1937
Chelsea Bridge
Road
1873
Albert Bridge
Road
1890
Battersea Bridge
Rail
1863
Battersea Railway Bridge
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Opened
Bridge
Road
1938
Wandsworth Bridge
Rail + Foot
1889
Fulham Railway Bridge
Road
1886
Putney Bridge
Road
1887
Hammersmith Bridge
Rail + Foot
1849
Barnes Railway Bridge
Road
1933
Chiswick Bridge
Rail
1869
Kew Railway Bridge
Road
1903
Kew Bridge
Foot
1894
Richmond Lock Footbridge
Road
1933
Twickenham Bridge
Rail
1848
Richmond Railway Bridge
Road
1777
Richmond Bridge
Foot
1889
Teddington Lock Footbridges
Rail
1863
Kingston Railway Bridge
Road
1828
Kingston Bridge
Road
1933
Hampton Court Bridge
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level 73
Jan 3, 2017
Good idea, this could be done for other cities - Paris, NYC, Venice ...
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level 71
Jan 4, 2017
Rome, maybe including 'Ponte Rotto'...
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level 64
Jul 9, 2017
Ahahah man, if you were forced to list ALL the bridges that exist in Venice, no ways a two-days-non-stop typing session would be enough...
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level 60
Aug 25, 2017
You could also do Budapest
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level 71
Jan 4, 2017
nice! a map would be nice but I guess it would be a lot of hard work
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level 47
Jun 6, 2017
I'll try and make the map when I get back from holiday lol
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level 83
Jan 5, 2017
Nice! Took me 2 tries to get them all--the east-west order helped a lot, but I still couldn't come up with Chiswick the first time through.
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level 56
Jan 14, 2017
try Berlin. they have about 1700 bridges
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level 73
Jul 10, 2017
Or Amsterdam, for maximum pain.
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level 73
Jul 11, 2017
Stockholm, Copenhagen, ...
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level 76
Sep 21, 2018
Or Hamburg, which apparently has about 2,500 bridges within the city limits. Having been there I can well believe that.
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level 60
Jun 6, 2017
I got very few of them. I'm ashamed to say how many though I've only been to London once and surely crossed only a handfull of bridges. But I still got a Point for this awful score. Fascinating.
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level 53
Jul 9, 2017
The bridge with the automatic toll isn't there. I think it's the queen Elizabeth, but I'm not sure. It's the biggest Thames crossing.
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level 47
Jul 9, 2017
Not in London
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level 35
Jul 9, 2017
I don't know why, but I thought Tower Bridge was the proper name for London Bridge...
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level 49
Jul 9, 2017
They're two different bridges, a mile or two apart
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level 56
Jul 10, 2017
Hardly a mile or two apart - they're close to each other. They're about 1000yds from each other.
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level 67
Jul 10, 2017
Everyone seems to think this. Tower Bridge is the cool one. London Bridge is a bit bland, only made famous by that song.
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level 56
Jul 10, 2017
The old London Bridge on the other hand (i.e. the medieval one) had houses and shops all along it - now that would have been an interesting bridge!
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level 73
Jul 10, 2017
London Bridge may be one of the best spots to see the actual Tower Bridge though.
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level 58
Jul 9, 2017
Nice quiz. Thanks. 19.
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level 70
Jul 9, 2017
How about Stamford Bridge?
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level 73
Jul 10, 2017
Does not exist anymore. And it was never on the Thames per se but on one of its super secret tributaries (one that does not exist anymore too if I'm not mistaken).
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level 76
Feb 26, 2018
And there was me thinking Stamford Bridge was a town in Yorkshire.
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level 60
Jul 9, 2017
The double-dated bridge is also known as Charing Cross Bridge, says Wikipedia - at least, it was in my days as an LSE student in the 1960s. And, before you ask, I was not living "Underneath the Arches".
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level 73
Jul 10, 2017
Wow, 9% for the last foot bridge, and I through it was one of the best kept secrets of the Thames.
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level 62
Jul 20, 2017
that moment where I know exactly the bridge that the hint is referring to, I've crossed it several times and I can't, for the life of me, remember what it's called....and then the answer comes up and I wonder if I ever know it's name :)
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level 78
Jun 5, 2018
great quiz, 30/33 first time!