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Archway Bridge was designed by John Nash in 1812 was built to carry Hornsey Lane over a cutting through the hill in a tunnel. In the late 1890, Nash's road was replaced by the present cast iron bridge slightly further north. Way below the bridge...More
Archway Bridge offers one of the best views of London. Hornsey Lane runs across the top of the Bridge that spans the Archway Road. Looking South the skyline of London can be viewed from the City with St Paul's Cathedral visible but dwarfed by many...More
Towering British architect John Nash designed the Archway (Hornsey lane) Bridge in 1812. The original one was made of brick. It was replaced in 1897 by the present cast-iron one. It's easily reached by taking the Northern Line tube (High Barnet or Mill Hill East...More