Bull's Bridge No 21
Copyright: Michael Askin
Taken: 25 June 2004
The Jam 'Ole used to be on the left, but has now been completely obliterated.
- Hayes & Harlington railway station (Train Station)
1044 yards to the west.
- Tesco Extra (Shopping Mall, Shopping Service)
155 yards to the south.
- London!! (City, Airport Terminal)
1098 yards to the west.
- British Airways Concorde Club (Social Club, Sports & Recreation, Food & Restaurant)
1441 yards to the south.
- Tarmarc London (Outdoors)
475 yards to the northwest.
- Windsor Castle (Tourist Attraction)
992 yards to the northwest.
- M4 (Highway, Outdoors, Street)
1108 yards to the south.
- David Lloyd Leisure Club (Fitness Center, Spa, Beauty & Personal Care, Gym)
898 yards to the southeast.
- Toys 'R' Us (Toy Store)
247 yards to the southeast.
- Costa Coffee Heston Services M4 (Coffee Shop)
1617 yards to the southeast.
- Botwell Green Leisure Centre (Gym, Sports Center, Movie Theatre)
1340 yards to the northwest.
- Featherstone High School (School)
1524 yards to the east.
- Brilliant Restaurant (Indian Restaurant)
1432 yards to the east.
- Cranford Community School (School)
1510 yards to the south.
- Hayes Mosque (Mosque)
1169 yards to the northwest.
- Pind Punjabi (Indian Restaurant)
1430 yards to the north.
- Immaculate Heart Of Mary Catholic Church (Catholic Church)
1482 yards to the northwest.
- London Motor Museum (Museum)
1107 yards to the west.
- A312 (Travel & Transportation)
712 yards to the north.
Wikipedia has a page about Bull's Bridge
Bull's Bridge is a single-lane vehicular wooden covered bridge across the Housatonic River in the town of Kent, Connecticut. The bridge uses lattice truss design by Ithiel Town and was built in 1842 out of timber. Queen post trusses were added later in the 19th century as secondary support. The bridge was further reinforced in 1969 by the addition of steel beams beneath the deck. The bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
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