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It's quite a shock to see romantic oil paintings of Battersea Bridge by the likes of Whistler showing a tall metal structure very different from the lower more functional existing structure built towards the end of the last century. It's been nicely refurbished and painted....More
Battersea bridge is 125 years old. The wrought-iron and steel cantilever bridge has five segmental spans. With two footpaths, the bridge has a total width of 55 ft. The Arch work of Battersea bridge is great and intricate detailed.
The old wooden bridge was opened in 1771, it was dangerous to the ships and unpopular among its users, but it was the subject of many paintings made by prestigious artists. The new bridge was constructed in 1890, it has five arches with cast iron...More
Well, well, well. What can we say about battersea. Firstly is the best area in south London period! The multi cultural community is heads up the best. With filipino shops, halal butchers and falcon road Islamic community centre this makes battersea a wonderful place where...More
Well, of course i'm going to say that, because i'm from there, though i left in 1992 and come back regularly, it has certainly changed in my lifetime, when I was a kid, other than immediately around the park, Battersea was a very tough heart...More