Brick bridge over temporary tracks, during work on the Edgware Extension of the Northern line. The bridge was built to carry the Great Northern Railway over the extension line. Evidently the bridge is nearly complete as the site is fairly clear of debris, and there is still scaffolding under the arch of the bridge, although the bridge itself appears complete. Workmen can be seen in background on the other side of the arch.
Photographed by Topical Press, 3 Jan 1924
Location: Edgware, Barnet
Image no: U2406
Inventory no: 1998/76134