Albert Bridge at night, London

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Comments (5)

Andy Wicks on August 13, 2007

This is in the wrong place. The Albert Bridge is near to the centre of London (51o 28' 55.66"N, 0o 10' 0.15"W). Nice photo, though.

Same holds true for the other photo here.

Diese Bild liegt in der falschen Stelle. Die Albertbrueke liegt naeher zum Zentrum Londons (51o 28' 55.66"N, 0o 10' 0.15"W). Die Bilder sind aber schoen.

Das Gleiche gilt fuer das andere Photo auch.

JOHN DEDMAN on August 30, 2007

Albert Bridge is between Battersea Bridge & Chelsea Bridge.Great photo


dvdscutt on October 15, 2007

Great Photo but totally in the wrong place, it is no where near Belvedere.

Noel Fagan on December 17, 2011

super capture

SusieQ666 on November 29, 2014

Thank you John Dedman! As a former resident of Pier House, whose sitting room looked out onto the Albert Bridge (so wonderful at night with the lights out in our flat!) I got so tired of people identifying the bridge incorrectly as the Battersea Bridge. Ironically, it runs between Chelsea and Battersea Park, there genuinely IS a Battersea Bridge, although it is further along the Thames. It bears a similarity to the Albert Bridge, but I always thought when I saw it (I loved spending time with friends leisurely taking a boat to Hampton Court Palace on a sunny weekend day)that "if the Albert Bridge had a 'dark side', it would look like the Battersea Bridge!" I'm not saying Battersea Bridge is "ugly". Far from it. It is just painted and coloured in a way that it almost looks like an old photo negative of Albert Bridge. (Friends visiting from the States always thought (especially when viewed at night) that Albert Bridge looked "like Disneyland". I beg your pardon! Hardly!

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