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Best seen from the riverbank

The existing Chelsea Bridge was opened by the Prime Minister of Canada, Mackenzie King, in 1935... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2017
futtock21
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London, United Kingdom
Beautiful Place!

I love touring London as I have friends who live their. But Chelsea Embankment at sunset is... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2017
anisacaptures
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Peterborough, United Kingdom
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“Needs Paint and light bulbs replaced”
29 May 2017
“Best seen from the riverbank”
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During this bridge's construction between 1851 and 1858, many Romano-British remains, including weapons and bones, were uncovered.
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Reviewed 26 June 2017

Lovely old bridge, we were staying at Chelsea Wharf so walked across the bridge everyday, it needs some maintainance but is a fine early construction with an interesting history re it's connection to Battersea Park from London and also the hard to believe now illegal...More

1  Thank Ewingsdale
Reviewed 29 May 2017

The existing Chelsea Bridge was opened by the Prime Minister of Canada, Mackenzie King, in 1935. It's a sturdy iron structure and marks the eastern boundary of Battersea Park on its south side. Lister Hospital is the largest nearby building on the north side. To...More

1  Thank futtock21
Reviewed 18 May 2017

This is a suspension bridge across the River Thames linking Chelsea to Battersea. Best seen at night as it is beautifully illuminated.

Thank nellielim
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

I love touring London as I have friends who live their. But Chelsea Embankment at sunset is something else! Its beautiful, great for walks with friends or your significant other.. overall a beautiful place. I'd visit it everyday if I could. Will upload pics when...More

1  Thank anisacaptures
Reviewed 23 September 2016

It was wonderful to sail under this lovely suspension bridge again on a recent cruise from Westminster to Kew. Another good way to view it is from trains crossing the very close-by Grosvenor railway bridge, all of which arrive at or leave from Victoria Station....More

1  Thank WMIM
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

Chelsea bridge is east side of Battersea Park and north side is just beside the Lister Hospital and on the Battersea side has a fantastic Burger bar that's open for most the part of the day and is fantastic.

Thank Dean_Porte
Reviewed 1 August 2016

I love this bridge at all times- daytime and at night! Great for a photo opportunity too. Lots of lovely walks in the vicinity.

Thank moot
Reviewed 30 December 2015

Loved taking photos here despite the wind, rain and the cold. Nice location and a great opportunity for some photos. Can also be nice for a romantic walk. Shame that some of the lights are not working and kind of ruin the view a little.

Thank NebsTheman
Reviewed 26 September 2015 via mobile

Great place to go out for a walk along the banks of the Thames. There is a walkway on the right bank of the river that goes under the bridge

Thank khalid0211
Reviewed 14 June 2015

This bridge has a lot of history. Chelsea against Arsenal - In the 1970s, the Chelsea Bridge was painted bright red and white. A lot of Chelsea FC fans complained that the bridge had been painted in Arsenal colors. In 2007 it was redecorated in...More

Thank sipivu
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