M3 Chertsey BridgeEdit profile
The M3 Chertsey Bridge is a motorway bridge in England built in the 1970s.
The bridge carries the M3 motorway across the River Thames on the reach above Chertsey Lock. It is 500 yards upstream of the lock and Chertsey Bridge, a historic bridge over the river. It is one of four bridges carrying motorway traffic across the Thames, the others being the QE2 Bridge, the M25 Runnymede Bridge and the M4 Thames Bridge, Maidenhead.