Caversham BridgeCurrently Open
- Address: River Thames, Reading RG4 8AH, UK, United Kingdom
- Tags: Bridge
This is a bridge across the River Thames and the town centre of Readings. The first bridge on the site was built in 1163 but the iron lattice construction was done in 1869 and the current structure was opened in 1926 by Edward Prince of Wales. While walking on the bridge you can see lovely views. Upstream, you can see the boathouse, River mead and the view towards Mapledurham. Downstream, you have Caversham foreshore, riverboats and Reading on one side. It is a busy bridge, but you can always avoid going during the rush hours to enjoy the view. Many movies have been shot at this famous bridge.
How to Reach Caversham Bridge
- Bus 27,981, Community Link 28, Community Link 28 a, F10,F11,F12, Pink 22 Pink 24, River Rapids X39, River Rapids X40 to stop-Bridge Street Caversham