East Footbridge

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  • The East Footbridge was erected to link the Middle Gardens to the Zoo's grounds north of the Regent's Canal, newly leased in 1869. The bridge is made of iron and bears the founder's name. Built 1872, R Masefield and Company, founders; D Cross and Son, builders. Cost £1,334. Abutments partly rebuilt 1930.

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  • The Buildings of London Zoo

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