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Kew Railway Bridge

This bridge was opened in 1869. It consists of five wrought Iron lattice girder spans of 35 metres each.It runs between Kew and Strand on the Green, Chiswick. Just upstream of the railway bridge is Oliver Island.
Old dry dock.
Old dry dock.
Strand on the Green.
Strand on the Green.
Strand on the Green, high tide.
Strand on the Green, high tide.
Strand on the Green, low tide.
Strand on the Green, low tide.
Taken downstream from north bank.
Taken downstream from north bank.
Oliver Island from the north bank.
Oliver Island from the north bank.
These steps are to protect the house from a high tide.
These steps are to protect the house from a high tide.
High tide under the bridge.
High tide under the bridge.
Low tide under the bridge
Low tide under the bridge
The City Barge, Strand on the Green
The City Barge, Strand on the Green
The Bulls Head, Strand on the Green
The Bulls Head, Strand on the Green
Strand on the Green
Strand on the Green
Public slipway downstream of Kew Railway bridge
Public slipway downstream of Kew Railway bridge
Bridge striking vehicles beware
Bridge striking vehicles beware
Oliver Island
Oliver Island
Low tide looking upriver towards Strand on the Green
Low tide looking upriver towards Strand on the Green
Looking upstream
Looking upstream
Oliver Island behind the railway bridge.
Oliver Island behind the railway bridge.
The bridge from downriver looking up.
The bridge from downriver looking up.