Golden Jubilee Bridge – A3 Print
Golden Jubilee Bridge and Royal Festival Hall
There has been a walkway crossing the river Thames at this point since 1845 when Isambard Kingdom Brunel opened his suspension footbridge.
The Golden Jubilee bridge is a steel truss railway bridge flanked by two more recent, cable-stayed, pedestrian bridges that use the original brick pile buttresses from that first Brunel footbridge.
Function and form, not to mention great views!
A3 Print (29.7cm x 42cm) – offset printed in Copenhagen on uncoated 200g Swedish eco-friendly paper.
Prints are delivered rolled in a strong tube packed in acid-free tissue paper.
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