This bridge has been in place since long before I started writing this blog, so it's perhaps a surprise that I've managed to cover 41 other bridges in London before finally getting round to this one.
This footbridge spans across the northern approach road to Rotherhithe Tunnel in east London, providing a direct route from St James Gardens at its north end to various streets and housing at its south end. The south end spills onto a piazza behind the horrible post-modern ventilation building which sits over the west portal of another tunnel, the Limehouse Link, completed in 1993.
Other than the structure, the most notable feature of the bridge is the chainmail barrier on each side, which is there to stop objects being blown, knocked or dropped onto traffic below. Considering their size, these are reasonably unobtrusive. My photos make them look more transparent than they feel when seen in real life, at least when standing on the bridge.