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Reading Festival Bridge
The Reading Festival Bridge
is an occasionally present footbridge over the River Thames at Reading in the English county of Berkshire. When present, the bridge links the site of the Reading Festival, on the south bank of the river, with camp sites and car parking on the north bank. The bridge is within the security perimeter of the festival, and is only available for use by festival goers.
The bridge crosses the river from the western end of the main festival site, some east of Scours Lane
and within the Borough of Reading. The northern end of the bridge lies in the Oxfordshire civil parish of Mapledurham, on land leased from the Mapledurham Estate. Like the main festival site, the northern camp site and car park is used as farmland for most of the year.
*Crossings of the River Thames
[across the River Thames]
[completed in 1923]
[and structures in Reading, Berkshire]