Staines Railway Bridge

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Staines Railway Bridge
Staines Railway Bridge Over The Thames.jpg
Over the River Thames
Carries Waterloo to Reading Line
Crosses River Thames
Locale Staines-upon-Thames
Height 21 feet 0 inches (6.40 m)[1]
Opened 1856

Staines Railway Bridge crosses the River Thames in England in a northeast to southwest direction at Staines-upon-Thames, Surrey. It crosses the Thames on the reach between Penton Hook Lock and Bell Weir Lock.

The bridge carries the South West Trains Waterloo to Reading Line and the London Waterloo to Weybridge service (via the Chertsey Branch) and lies between Staines and Egham stations. The bridge was completed in 1856.[2]

Staines Railway Bridge from upstream

See also[edit]

Crossings of the River Thames

References[edit]

  1. ^ River Thames Alliance. Bridge heights on the River Thames.
  2. ^ Fred. S. Thacker The Thames Highway: Volume II Locks and Weirs 1920 - republished 1968 David & Charles
Next crossing upstream River Thames Next crossing downstream
Staines Bridge (road) Staines Railway Bridge
Grid reference: TQ213763
M3 Chertsey Bridge (motorway)


Coordinates: 51°25′50″N 0°30′40″W / 51.43064°N 0.51117°W / 51.43064; -0.51117