I had personally seen quite a few of the famous structural bridges in London. There are 31 bridges that you will see when you tour along Thames River. Actually, the first time I went to Thames River cruise, I really can’t believe my eyes. How those architects could build such fantastic bridges? I mean, they put all their efforts and creativity and it’s really something to behold.
This is the Albert Bridge. This is one of the prettiest bridges in London which spanning the Thames from Chelsea to Battersea.
Serpentine Bridge is the mark that divides between Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. It spans the Serpentine in Hyde Park at the north end of Exhibition Road. From the Serpentine Bridge you get a great view down the Serpentine east, towards the West End of London.
The Sackler Crossing Kew – Pawson’s Bridge. This bridge designed by Architect John Pawson which was set in a curve of the River Thames. The materials used are palette of granite and bronze reinforces the elemental character of the design.