Hampton Court Bridge

Hampton Court Bridge crosses the River Thames in England in a north to south direction between Hampton, London and East Molesey, Surrey. It is on the reach above Teddington Lock and about hundred yards upstream of the bridge is Molesey Lock.

On the north bank is Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court Park and Bushy Park. On the south bank is Hampton Court railway station, Molesey Lock and the mouth of the River Mole.

Read more about Hampton Court BridgeHistoric Crossings, The Modern Bridge

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