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Lambeth is a district which is located in the London Borough of Lambeth in central London. Although Lambeth is now a very lively and busy area, up until the middle of the 18th century, this London district consisted mainly of marshlands and suffered many floods. However, since the opening of the Westminster Bridge in 1750, before the Blackfriars and Vauxhall bridges which followed, Lambeth began to develop and attract more passers through.
One of the major landmarks situated in the district of Lambeth, is Lambeth Bridge. Lambeth Bridge is set on an ancient landing stage, which has been as far back as in the 13th century. It was once the meeting place of King Henry viii, Elizabeth I, Cranmer and Archbishop Parker. Before the construction of Lambeth Bridge, there was a river crossing which could be accessed through Horseferry Road. This was a very dangerous river crossing, but the building of the Lambeth Bridge made a lot of difference and greatly improved things for those who had to cross the river on a regular basis. The topic of having a bridge built was discussed for some time and the idea was dismissed in 1809, before eventually being passed in 1890 when there was sufficient funding for it.
Initially, after being constructed, there was a toll for using the Lambeth Bridge. However, this toll was later dropped in 1879, making it free to all to use the bridge. There was also the problem relating to the amount of weight that the bridge could stand. The first construction of the bridge was not as stable or as strong as what it would have been if it had have been built later on, so there was a weight restriction on vehicles which was put in place, before vehicles were later banned from passing over the bridge at all. Years later, George Humphreys had the bridge reinforced and made it safe for vehicles to travel on again in 1929. Lambeth bridge is an amazing 776ft long and has a width of 60ft. It is now used on a regular basis by many people all over the area and has been safe and secure to be used for many years now!. The bridge has a lot of history behind it and has been used by many members of the royal family over many generations.
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