Hungerford Footbridge, London, England (1845)

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  • Suspension footbridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Opened in 1845, it was demolished in 1862 and replaced by the Charing Cross Railway Bridge. The wrought iron chains were then used to complete the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

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            GB 3493 AA/3/82 · Item · Postmarked [4 October 1961]
            Part of The Adrian Andrews Collection

            Inscribed on reverse: 'Called on Margaret Kneebone yesterday. Andrew seems to be better but has been ill with "stones" or kidney trouble & stomach pains. This is London, before your time here [...] George'.

            Pyne, artist
            GB 3493 145 · Item · c. 1845 - 1862

            Coloured engraving showing Hungerford Suspension Bridge. Engraved by T H Shepherd and H S Barnard for Read & Co.'s "Mighty London" series.

            Barnard, H S
            GB 3493 AA/1/S/90 · Item · c.1850 - 1860
            Part of The Adrian Andrews Collection

            The Hungerford Bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1845. When the bridge was demolished in 1860, its chains were reused to construct the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

            Elliott, J (1835 - 1903), photographer
            GB 3493 AA/1/S/91 · Item · c.1850 - 1860
            Part of The Adrian Andrews Collection

            The Hungerford Bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1845. When the bridge was demolished in 1860, its chains were reused to construct the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

            Elliott, J (1835 - 1903), photographer