English Bridge (Saint Petersburg)
|Total length||60.8 m|
|Opened||1910 (wooden), 1963|
Modern bridge was built in 1962-1963 to the designs of architects Areshev and Vasilkovsky under the supervision of engineer Kerlikov. The construction is a three span bridge set on ferroconcrete abutments with granite cover. Metal railings have a simple pattern.
The bridge takes its name from the nearby English Prospekt.
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