Where’s London’s oldest…(still-in-use) bridge? — Exploring London

There’s several candidates for the title (and, of course, it depends on what exactly we mean). So here we go…  First up is the Clattern Bridge, which crosses the River Hogsmill (a small river which runs into the Thames), in Kingston upon Thames in the city’s south-west. The earliest known reference to this three-arched bridge […]

Where’s London’s oldest…(still-in-use) bridge? — Exploring London

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