The Trembling Lady
Battersea - 2016
Nicknamed 'The Trembling Lady' due to the vibrations that occur as people walk across, the Albert Bridge was originally run as a toll crossing for the first 6 years of its life. Today the toll booths still stand and carry notices warning crossing soldiers to break step to reduce their impact on the bridge.
Getting down to the foreshore here is a real treat and allows you to capture one of London's most beautiful bridges from an exciting and different perspective. Old chains, pools of water and large stones all serve as foreground interest, however, it's really the illuminated Victorian masterpiece that steals the show.
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