Battersea Railway Bridge
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Battersea Railway Bridge is officially named Cremorne Bridge after the pleasure grounds in Chelsea but is also known as Battersea New Bridge.
It is a train-only bridge which connects Clapham Junction with Victori. William Baker, chief engineer of the London and North Western Railway, was responsible for its design.
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Battersea Railway Bridge was opened on 2 March 1863 and had various support structures put in place but essentially remained unaltered.
In 2008, it was added to Grade II Listed structures and thefore alterations cannot be made to its character.