The Clatrung Bridge is a grade one listed ancient monument. It is still crossed by traffic. It is the oldest such structure in London and is one of Britain's oldest working road bridges.
The earliest known reference was in a deed dated 1293, referring to it as Clatrung - an Anglo Saxon word describing the sound of wheels and hooves crossing.
The bridge is comprised of three stone arches clearly visible from the footpath on the river Thames side.
This was the view that I chose because it gave me an abundance of opportunities to explore the view's geometry and patterns.
Modern Kingston buildings have grown up around the ancient site, and nature has found its place due to its proximity to the river Thames.
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