All photos of Wandsworth Bridge dated 2015-2016 are the actual ones and were taken with iPhone 5s.
Wandsworth Bridge crosses the River Thames in west London between the area of Battersea.
The first bridge on the site was a toll bridge built by Julian Tolmé in 1873.
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In 1937 Tolmé's bridge was demolished. The present bridge, an unadorned steel cantilever bridge designed by Sir Thomas Peirson Frank, was opened in 1940. At the time of its opening it was painted in dull shades of blue as camouflage against air raids, a colour scheme it retains.
Although Wandsworth Bridge is one of the busiest bridges in London, carrying over 50,000 vehicles daily, it has been described as "probably the least noteworthy bridge in London".