Temple Footbridge from near Temple Lock
|Total length||88 yards (80 m)|
|Height||21 feet 3 inches (6.48 m)|
|No. of spans||1|
The bridge was built in 1989 specifically for walkers on the Thames Path. Formerly there was a ferry at this point which took the towpath across the river when it was used for towing barges. At 88 yards, it is the longest hardwood bridge in Britain.
|Next crossing upstream||River Thames||Next crossing downstream|
|Next crossing upstream||Thames Path||Next crossing downstream|
Bourne End Railway Bridge