A Very High Pedestrian Bridge In London

This wrought iron pedestrian bridge in London is one of the highest foot bridges with the steepest slope over what looks to be a waterway used for canal boating.

In the distance, one can see a canal lock that appears to be in use.  The bank on the right is heavily wooded and is probably a park. Considering the arc of the bridge, larger vessels than simple horse- drawn narrow-boats were in use on this watercourse when this bridge was designed for pedestrians.

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