Arched 1930s-era road traffic & pedestrian bridge spanning the River Thames. Charles Dickens may have considered the 1862 Lambeth Bridge “on the whole, the ugliest ever built,” but it does provide views of the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye. Lambeth Bridge was first built over the Thames in 1862 and suffered severe corrosion and in 1910 closed to traffic. The bridge we see today was built in 1932 and was opened by King George V.
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