Marlow Bridge

Marlow Bridge



An original painting by Stanley Port

Acrylics on board 35 x 45 cm

This painting is for sale: £200

This view is of the road and foot bridge over the River Thames at Marlow, Buckinghamshire. It connects Marlow High Street with the village of Bisham in Berkshire. It was opened in 1832, was designed by William Tierney Clark, and is currently a Grade 1 listed building.

There has been a timber bridge here since around 1530 and the current bridge replaced another timber structure. The Szechenyi Chain Bridge over the River Danuibe in Budapest was also designed by Clark and is a bigger version of the Marlow one.

The current bridge has a weight restriction of 3 tonne and is only used by foot and local road traffic.

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