Chertsey Bridge

Chertsey Bridge is a road bridge over the River Thames in England, connecting Chertsey, Surrey with low-lying pastures in Shepperton, Middlesex. It is located downstream of the highway bridge to the M3 and within sight of the gate Chertsey Lock. Below the Chertsey Bridge follows the lock Shepperton Lock.

The siebenbogige bridge made ​​of white stone and was designed by James Paine and built in 1783-85; it was listed by English Heritage in the grade II * listed building as. She is considered one of the most beautiful Thames bridges, comparable to the Richmond Bridge and Maidenhead Bridge. Upstream on the east bank is Laleham Park and on the west, located after page Chertsey Abbey Chase House is to be found.

At the southeastern bridge head is a cast- iron pillar with frieze and capitals from the 19th century, a Coal Tax post with front attached arms of the City of London. The column - one of about 250 that were set up in 1851 within 20 miles around London - indicated, from where had paid taxes on wine and coal to London. It is classified in Grade II.