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A dual carriage bridge, no heavy vehicles allowed. Pedestrians are allowed on both sides. Built in 1837 connecting london city to Battersea park/ area. Best to " leave " it as it is , if painting anew may distract the original design.
Don’t forget to walk along this beautiful bridge at night when all the lights make it the nicest bridge in town- arguably the Millennium Bridge linking St Paul’s and The Tate Modern is the only comparable one.
Wanted to see London at night. My daughter and boyfriend took us to this bridge. It was a bit of a journey by tube and walking but it was so beautiful. It was lite up and the structure was so beautiful.
whenever near Chelsea or Battersea its always worth walk cycling or driving over Albert Bridge at night because of the beauty of the bridge as it is lit up. It looks even better from Battersea Bridge. The actual surface of the bridge road is poor...More
The suspension bridge is the best looking in the bridge world, where the engineering and the aesthetics combine to provide a walkway and a scenic viewpoint. There is approximately 315 miles of Thames to cover - crossing over very different county boundaries. We Londoners are...More
The most beautiful bridge over the Thames.
The pink colours are so magnificent and different from any other bridge over the Thames.
This is the south bank and from here you can walk to Battersea park .The-other side is Chelsea .