Embankment and South Bank
London, WC2N 6NA
+44 20 7234 5800 (Tourist Information)
This bridge lies between the Waterloo Bridge
and Westminster Bridge
and presents a fantastic alternative to W. Hungerford was officially opened in 1845 as a footbridge and was later bought by the South Eastern Railway for expanding the railway into the Charing Cross Railway Station. In 2002 new footbridges were completed and were named the Golden Jubilee Bridges in honor of the 50th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's accession. This bridge is widely used and highly regarded because after all; everyone needs an alternative to W.