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As bridges go, its nice enough and better than many. There has been one here on and off since Roman times. Always busy with traffic but does have a small cycle lane and good footpath. It will get you safely across the River Thames so...More
It's a bridge. It serves the fine purpose of allowing me to cross a river. However, it's a choke-point for traffic, and at peak times can take several minutes to cross. There's great history involved though, as the crossing here dates back to the Roman...More
What can I say about this integral part of Staines-upon-Thames this bridge is amazing you can cross it by walking riding or driving! It goes over the river without you getting wet or requiring a boat! What will they think of next 5* work well...More
As bridges go, this one is great. It will get you from Staines upon Thames to Egham, and many other places beyond. There has been a river crossing here since Roman times, originally made of Stones, where allegedly Staines
got its name
Did you know that the name 'Staines' is derived from the old English word for stones? Originally called 'Ad Pontes' (to the bridge) by the Romans, Julius Caesar was searching for a spot to cross the Thames, and Staines was the first place where the...More
As bridges go, this one is a corker! It starts on one bank (south or north, depending on your location) and stretches right across the river to the other side without interruption. As a pedestrian, it enables you to go from Staines to Egham without...More