Vauxhall Bridge connects Pimlico with Vauxhall, and is composed of five steel arches resting on granite piers. Its sides are decorated with figures representing arts, science and industry.
The next bridges along the Thames are Grosvenor Bridge to the WSW, and [Lambeth Bridge]? to the NNE.
The bridge was designed by Sir Alexander Binnie (who also designed the Greenwich Foot Tunnel) and opened in 1906. See also: Victorian references to Vauxhall Bridge.