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The Archway tollgate at the bottom of Highgate hill in the 1880s
The Archway tollgate at the bottom of Highgate hill in the 1880s, with Archway Bridge in the distance. Archway Road was cut through the hillside to the east of Highgate Village in 1813. The first Archway Bridge was London's (and probably the world's) first flyover, built to carry Hornsey Lane over the new road. It was designed by John Nash, the architect of the Regent's Park villas and the ceremonial route south down Portland Place, Regent's Street to Carlton House Terrace. The Nash Bridge was replaced between 1897 and 1900 with the present cast-iron bridge, designed by Sir Alexander Binnie
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