Vauxhall Bridge is a Grade II* listed steel and granite deck arch bridge in central London. It crosses the River Thames in a south–east north–west direction between Vauxhall on the south bank and Pimlico on the north bank.
Scenic views across the river to the West and the East
The bridge between Millbank and Vauxhall. You can see MI6 as you cross it. Scenic views of the buildings, especially nice in the summertime.
Views of batteries power station are amazing
The bridge between Vauxhall and Pimlico. You can see MI6 as you walk across. Nice scenic views in the summer. Plenty of boats pass under the bridge too.
You can cross the river here. Both ways.
Take a look to the left to see mi6 from 007 sky fall
It's more fun to go under than over.
Bloody freezing when you walk over this bridge. The wind cuts through everything.
Good place to watch NY fireworks from on a short notice.
One of London’s lost rivers joins the Thames here. The Tyburn, which gave its name to the famous gallows, begins in Hampstead and now runs entirely underground.
8 bronze statues were added to Vauxhall Bridge in 1907 to make it less plain. Alfred Drury designed the 4 on the downstream piers, representing Science, Fine Arts, Local Government and Education.
Bom dia galera londres esta em comemoracao ... Mas hj tudo voltou ao normal ...