Although it was built somewhat later, Kingston railway bridge is similar to those at Richmond and Barnes, but has five spans, three over the river and one each end over land. It was completed in 1863 and rebuilt at the same time as Richmond bridge, with the original cast iron design being replicated as far as possible in steel.
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