Iron Road

Posted by AG (London, United Kingdom) on 19 June 2007 in Transportation.

A detail of Hungerford Railway Bridge taken from one of two footbridges now suspended from either side.

The wrought iron lattice girders for the railway were laid in 1859 to replace an earlier footbridge designed by Brunel. Not sure where the ‘art’ colors come from but they pop up all over London on almost anything that does not move and on much that does.

- AG

Camera: NIKON D70
Focal Length: 24 mm
Exposure Time: 1/500 sec
Aperture: f 7.1
ISO: N/A

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