Marlow By-pass Bridge

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Marlow By-pass Bridge
Buckinghamshire, Berkshire
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Marlow By-pass Bridge
Carrying: A404 road
Crossing: River Thames
Location: 51°33’58"N, 0°45’43"W
Length: 560 ft[1]
Main span: 85 ft[1]
Design: Balanced cantilever
Material: Concrete
Built 1972

Marlow By-pass Bridge is a road bridge across the River Thames carrying the A404 road between Maidenhead, Berkshire and High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. It crosses the Thames on the reach between Cookham Lock and Marlow Lock.

The bridge forms part of the Marlow by-pass to the east of the town. It was built in 1972.

The area underneath the bridge is used for boat storage by the adjacent outdoor adventure centre at Longridge (a registered charity).

See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Phillips, Geoffrey (1981). Thames Crossings. David and Charles. pp. 104. ISBN 0-7153-8202-0.