Summerleaze Footbridge

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Summerleaze Footbridge
Summerleaze footbridge (Nancy).JPG
Summerleaze Footbridge looking upstream
Coordinates51°29′59″N 0°40′54″W / 51.4998°N 0.6816°W / 51.4998; -0.6816Coordinates: 51°29′59″N 0°40′54″W / 51.4998°N 0.6816°W / 51.4998; -0.6816
CrossesRiver Thames
LocaleDorney, Buckinghamshire, England
Height24 feet 0 inches (7.32 metres)[1]

The Summerleaze Footbridge is a footbridge across the River Thames in England linking Dorney, Buckinghamshire and Bray, Berkshire; it is about two miles downstream of Maidenhead Bridge, on the reach above Boveney Lock.

The footbridge was built as a gravel conveyor belt, taking gravel from the construction of Dorney Lake, a nearby purpose-built rowing lake, and takes its name "Summerleaze" from the firm who built it in 1996.

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  1. ^ "Bridge Heights on the River Thames". River Thames Alliance. Retrieved 14 September 2019.[permanent dead link]
Next crossing upstream River Thames Next crossing downstream
M4 Thames Bridge (motorway) Summerleaze Footbridge Queen Elizabeth Bridge (road)