Reference numberJS/4/175v
TitleStone-Arch Bridge, Blackfirars, London
DescriptionPlan and elevation for a bridge over the river Thames of the same length, breadth and height under the middle arch as Westminster Bridge, drawn in the year 1754, according to the scale A, but may be adapted to the river at Black Fryers by measuring from the scale B.
Drawings mounted on linen
Elevation, scale A, 1:300; scale B, 1;250
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionDrawings mounted on linen
Access statusOpen
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