All photos of Vauxhall Bridge dated 2015-2016 are the actual ones and were taken with iPhone 5s.
It is the oldest prehistoric bridge in Britain. Vauxhall Bridge was declared a Grade II listed structure in 2008, providing protection to preserve its character from alteration.
John Rennie was commissioned to design and build the new bridge, and a stone bridge of seven arches was approved. On 9 May 1811, Lord Dundas laid the foundation stone of the bridge on the northern bank.
In 1903, during the construction of the bridge the monumental bronze statues above the piers erected.
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The new bridge was eventually opened on 26 May 1906 in a ceremony presided over by the Prince of Wales and Evan Spicer, Chairman of the LCC.
In 1968 Vauxhall Bridge and Park Lane became the first roads in London to have bus lanes.
The new Vauxhall Bridge became a major transport artery and today carries the A202 across the Thames.