Windsor Railway Bridge

Windsor railway bridge                                                       Windsor Railway Bridge The Windsor Railway Bridge crosses the River Thames between Romney Lock and Boveney Lock.It’s a Grade II listed structure and possibly the oldest wrought iron bridge still in regular use today. It’s three bow shaped arches originally provided the support for two tracks but this has since been reduced to a single line with the other side carrying utility pipes. Opened in 1849 it carries the Slough to Windsor line once operated by the GWR but now home to First Great Western trains. 

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