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Bridges ending in “s,” because Golden Jubilee Bridges consists of two four-metre wide cable-stayed pedestrian walkways on either side of Hungerford Bridge. It is the walkways that are named Golden Jubilee Bridges. Between them lies Hungerford Bridge, which is used solely for rail traffic.
The Golden Jubilee Bridge is my personal favorite. Its huge, majestic, grand and super awesome at the same time. Amazing place to click some photographs as well as spend more than usual time for a tourist.
Plenty of activity in the from of dining and...More
This is a popular pedestrian bridge located right by the Embankment tube stop. You can climb upstairs or take an elevator to the bridge surface where you can walk across the river to the Southbank. When we were there a couple of years ago, the...More
The Golden Jubilee Bridges flank Hungerford Bridge (otherwise known as Charing Cross Bridge) and one can have a spectacular walk across from Embankment to the South Bank or vice versa. The pedestrian bridge is safe as it is fairly wide, and a spectacular place to...More
We were staying at the Hampton by Hilton on Waterloo Road and it was a quick walk across the Jubilee Bridges to Trafalgar Square and Embankment underground. They are cable stay bridges and well located to access key tourist areas on the northside. It was...More
The original Hungerford railway bridge was built in 1864. There used to be a pretty uninspiring footbridge attached but this was replaced in 2002 by thw new Golden Jubilee Bridges on either side of the railway bridge which give stunning views up and down the...More
The two Golden Jubilee Bridges run on either side of the Hungerford Railway Bridge. The Hungerford Bridge used to have a walkway along it’s side but it was rather narrow and becoming dangerous, so the Golden Jubilee Bridges came into being for 2002 and were...More