Victoria Avenue Bridge

Local name
LocationCambridge, UK

Victoria Avenue Bridge is a single-arch road bridge across the River Cam in Cambridge, England. Immediately to the north is Chesterton Road and a major junction with Victoria Road and Milton Road.

The bridge was built in 1889–90 to connect the then village of Chesterton to the north with Cambridge to the south. At the same time, Victoria Avenue was constructed to the south, dividing Jesus Green to the west from Midsummer Common to the east.

The foundation stone was laid by Frederic Wace, the mayor of Cambridge, on 4 November 1889 and the bridge was officially opened by Wace on 11 December 1890. The bridge was rebuilt for strengthening in 1992.

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Address 21 Victoria Avenue, Cambridge CB4 1EH, United Kingdom

Coordinates 52°12'47.864" N 0°7'32.658" E

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