Crossing the River Thames between Chelsea and Battersea, Albert Bridge is a stunning example of Victorian bridge architecture. It is not on most visitors’ itineraries but well worth a visit for architecture enthusiasts.
Named in memory of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prince Consort to Queen Victoria, the attractive Albert Bridge was built between 1870 and 1872. Designed by Rowland Mason Ordish, it was an excellent example of a rigid suspension bridge. It measures 216 meters long, 12.5 meters wide (700 ft by 41 ft) and has a centre span of 122 meters (400 feet).
The bridge is elegantly lit after sundown and is a photographic must for avid picture-takers. I think all bridges are the best places to photograph London. Each bridge is unique in style and the River Thames is the true heart of the city.
Where is Albert Bridge? How Do You Get To Albert Bridge?
Albert Bridge GPS Coordinates :: 51° 28′ 33.59″ N, 0° 09′ 60.00″ E