Richmond Railway Bridge

Twickenham Road, Twickenham, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
 
A train crosses the bridge as a trip boat catches us up
Copyright: Michael Askin
Taken: 20 August 2006
 
Richmond Railway Bridge is a minor waterways place on the River Thames (tidal section) between Teddington Lock Weir Exit (Channel leading to the Weir.) (2 miles and 7¾ furlongs to the southwest) and Richmond Lock and Footbridge (For 2 hours each side of high tide the weirs are lifted. At other times the lock must be used) (2 furlongs to the northwest).
 
 
The nearest place in the direction of Teddington Lock Weir Exit is Flowerpot Islands; 1 furlong away.
 
The nearest place in the direction of Richmond Lock and Footbridge is Twickenham Bridge; ¼ furlongs away.

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Wikipedia has a page about Richmond Railway Bridge

Richmond Railway Bridge in Richmond, south-west London crosses the River Thames immediately upstream of Twickenham Bridge. It carries National Rail services operated by South West Trains on the Waterloo to Reading Line, and lies between Richmond and St. Margarets stations.

After the railway came to Richmond station in 1846, the line was extended to Windsor. Joseph Locke and J E Errington designed the original bridge – and a similar bridge at Barnes – with three 100-foot cast iron girders supported on stone-faced land arches with two stone-faced river piers. Due to concerns over its structural integrity, the bridge was rebuilt in 1908 reusing the existing piers and abutments to a design by the London & South Western Railway's chief engineer, J W Jacomb-Hood. The main bridge girders and decking were replaced in 1984.

The bridge and the approach viaduct, which crosses Richmond's Old Deer Park, was declared a Grade II listed structure in 2008, providing protection to preserve its special character from unsympathetic development.

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