Blackfriars Bridge

Blackfriars Bridge is a road and foot traffic bridge over the River Thames in London, between Waterloo Bridge and Blackfriars Railway Bridge, carrying the A201 road. The north end is near the Inns of Court and Temple Church, along with Blackfriars station. The south end is near the Tate Modern art gallery and the Oxo Tower.

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Robert Mylne (architect) - Blackfriars Bridge
... However, on his arrival, he heard of the proposal to build a third bridge over the River Thames at Blackfriars ... in his favour, he apparently found a friend in John Paterson, secretary of the Bridge Committee, and a fellow Scot ... and he was appointed surveyor to the new Blackfriars Bridge, with overall responsibility for design, construction and future maintenance of the ...
Blackfriars Bridge - In Popular Culture
... The name was given to one of the Bailey Bridges over the Rhine River in 1945, by the Royal Engineers that built it ... In Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere, "Blackfriars Bridge" was named as the home of an unknown order of monks who held the key to an angelic prison ... The bridge is also featured in the lyrics of the songs "The Resurrectionist" by the Pet Shop Boys, and "Cold Bread" by Johnny Flynn The Sussex Wit ...
London, Chatham And Dover Railway - History - Second London Line
... On 1 June 1864 the railway reached the City of London, when the line from Herne Hill to Blackfriars Bridge station (south of the river), was extended from Elephant ... The next year the LCDR crossed the Thames on a bridge and on 1 June 1865 Ludgate Hill station opened (closed 3 March 1929). 1866, LCDR and Great Northern Railways (GNR) joint services from Blackfriars Bridge began operating via Snow Hill tunnel under Smithfield market to Farringdon and northwards on to the GNR ...
... A number of places and things have the name Blackfriars ... a current or former Dominican presence at or near the site so named Blackfriars, London, site of a former priory in the City of London Blackfriars, Newcastle, a former priory in Newcastle upon Tyne, England ... Other uses include Blackfriars station, a railway station in the City of London Blackfriars Theatre, the name of two theatres which once stood in London Blackfriars Arts Centre, an arts centre in Boston ...

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