Vauxhall Bridge, London
Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
Vauxhall Bridge holds special appeal for James Bond fans due to its views of MI6 headquarters, home of Britain's secret intelligence service. Even if you're not an enthusiast of the spy film franchise, you can still appreciate the bridge's Thames River scenery and its bronze sculptures, which represent the fields of agriculture, architecture, engineering, pottery, science, fine arts, local government, and education. The bridge also holds historical value, dating back to 1906 and being the first of its kind in London to hold tram tracks. By using our London trip generator, you can arrange your visit to Vauxhall Bridge and other attractions in London.
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Easy way to walk along the Thames River and cross over to the other pathway. Picture take of the MI6 building .
This is one of the prettiest bridges in the city of London. Do check it out in your sightseeing tour.
The steel and granite bridge with five arches is one of the most picturesque bridges in London. It was opened in 1906, replacing the Old Vauxhall Bridge (or Regent Bridge). The views are excellent, es... read more »
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