Remembering the Past: Historic Bridges

Challenge #4 in the Remembering the Past series. Hosted by libertylady.
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There are many really interesting bridges in the world. In this challenge, I am not looking for covered bridges as that would be a challenge to itself. They can be beautiful or broken down but should exhibit some character. Please tell where the bridge is located and the age if you know it. You can do that in the title or description.
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Lambeth Bridge
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The current structure, a five-span steel arch, designed by engineer Sir George Humphreys and architects Sir Reginald Blomfield and G. Topham Forrest[1], was built by Dorman Long[2] and opened on 19 July 1932 by King George V.
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Submitted: Wednesday, 25th April, 2012 08:17 (GMT)
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