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Arch, catwalk, gangway, overpass, pontoon, span, trestle, viaduct
There isn't, it is London Bridge. There has been a bridge on the site for nearly 2,000 years. It connects the City of London to Southwark. The current one was opened in 1973 r…eplacing the John Rennie designed bridge of 1831 which replaced an earlier bridge which was 600 years old. It is included in the famous nursery rhyme "London Bridge is falling down" dating from the 17th century but whose origins may be older. The John Rennie bridge was sold to an Amercan entrnepreneur who rebuilt it in Arizona. There is an urban myth that he mistook it for the more impressive Tower Bridge built in 1894 which has been denied by all involved. A mistake which was however given by an earlier answer and quite a common error by tourists, Tower Bridge is the next one down by the way!
That would be a "trestle"
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London Bridge which spans the River Thames in London has no other name. Maybe you're confusing it with Tower Bridge.
The original bridge was built by the Romans about 50ad. At the time, it was the only bridge crossing the Thames in London so it just became known as London Bridge.
People from the north of England used to call London 't'smoke' because of all the pollution in the past.
Because the original bridge was the ONLY bridge in London at that time.
London Bridge spans the River Thames
There are 27 bridges crossing the River Thames in London. The most obvious ten would be Tower, London, Southwark, Vauxhall, Lambeth, Westminster, Chelsea, Albert, Putney and H…ammersmith.
There are two possible answers to this question. Tower Bridge is adjacent to the Tower of London and may be named after it or it could be named after the two towers at either …end of the bridge which support the suspension cables.
London Bridge crosses the River Thames in London. Many years ago, when it was the ONLY bridge in London, the obvious name was London bridge.
Tower Bridge - often mistakenly called London Bridge by foreigners.