Temple FootbridgeEdit profile
Temple Footbridge is a pedestrian bridge near Hurley, Berkshire across the River Thames in England. It connects the Buckinghamshire and Berkshire banks. It crosses the Thames just above Temple Lock.
The bridge was built in 1989 specifically for walkers on the Thames Path. Formerly there was a ferry at this point which took the towpath across the river when it was used for towing barges. At 88 yards, it is the longest hardwood bridge in Britain.