Bull's Bridge No 21

Although now a footbridge it used to carry Bull's Bridge Road
Bulls Bridge looking towards the junction
Copyright: Michael Askin
Taken: 25 June 2004

The Jam 'Ole used to be on the left, but has now been completely obliterated.

Bull's Bridge No 21 is a minor waterways place on the Grand Union Canal (Paddington Branch) between Bull's Bridge Junction (Junction with Grand Union Paddington Branch. Opposite is a dry dock.) (a few yards to the southwest) and Little Venice (Junction of Grand Union Regents Canal and Paddington Branch) (13 miles to the east).
The nearest place in the direction of Little Venice is GWR Main Line Rail Bridge No 21A (Hayes and Harlington to Southall); 2 furlongs away.

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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.

Other Wikipedia pages that might relate to Bull's Bridge
[Hayes, Hillingdon] [Bulls Bridge Power Station] [Bull bridge accident] [Walter Buller (bridge)] [Bullbridge Aqueduct] [Kent, Connecticut] [Stone Bridge (Manassas)] [Grand Union Canal] [Bull Wall]
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