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This location is a footbridge connecting residential areas close to the centre of Bromley. This particular location is situated on the lines between Shortlands and Bromley South stations.
Railway type and traffic
Most traffic is operated by South Eastern Trains, featuring 375, 465/6.
Most freight workings are operated by DB Schenker 66 and 92s, although other workings can often provide a nice surprise!
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RTT Link Bromley, Aylesbury Road
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Although this is only a small footbridge, it can often be busy.
From Bromley South station, head west down Westmoreland (B228). The turning to Aylesbury road is just on the right hand. Follow this short road to the end, and you should see the footbridge.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Bromley, Aylesbury Road map co-ordinates
Plenty of parking spaces, but beware, as no parking is allowed between the hours of 12:00 - 14:00 Monday - Saturday, although parking is currently okay on Sundays. You can always park in Bromley town centre, and walk the short distance.
The location is just a short walk from Bromley South train station, and the area is well served my numerous buses.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
Bromley center is only a short distance away, and you will find many, many amenities there!
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Bromley, Aylesbury Road
Bromley, Aylesbury Road general view map
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Shots can be taken in both directions, westerly shots being taken from the top of the steps. Easterly shots are more difficult because of the mesh that covers the footbridge, but a shot can be had from the top of the steps, and from the middle of the footbridge, there is a little 'hole' in the mesh which is quite useful!
General views - All photographs © Jason Rodhouse unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking west
Fig 2 - Looking east
Through the 'hole'
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