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Written by Tony Rispoli - 01 Aug 2006
last update by Marcus Dawson - 07 Feb 2015
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Location notes
Situated on the busy South West Main Line from Waterloo and situated between Wimbledon and Surbiton at New Malden.
Railway type and traffic
Almost exclusively EMUs of types 444, 450, and 455 with the DMU variety from classes 158/159/170 although there are sometimes special trains.
Environment
A quiet footbridge between Dukes Avenue and Alric Avenue, you should have no problems with locals here, I never have. Only noise is that from local gardens.
Road directions
Drive to New Malden station, under the railway bridge and take the next right (if you get to the Shell garage you went too far!!), this is Alric Avenue. The bridge is opposite the allotments.

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New Malden, Alric Avenue Footbridge map co-ordinates
Parking
Park in Alric Avenue, it is difficult to get a space in Dukes Avenue (on the other side of the bridge). It should be safe to leave your car, it is a very quiet area.
Public transport
Take a train to New Malden station, walk to the mini roundabout and turn left (into Dukes Avenue) so you are parallel with the line. The bridge is on your left after a short while.

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Amenities
New Malden has plenty of restaurants and coffee places, there is a McDonalds, and the station has a shop for snacks and coffee.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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New Malden, Alric Avenue Footbridge

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Streetmap links
New Malden, Alric Avenue Footbridge general view map
New Malden, Alric Avenue Footbridge close up map

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New Malden, Alric Avenue Footbridge



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Photographic notes
Photos best looking northbound in the evenings and southbound in the daytime, Videographers should have no problems, only other bridge users!
The bridge parapets are quite high, videographers would need a tall tripod to get over the top. Photographers may be alright on 'tip toes' or steps wouldn't hurt. The area by the bridge sides is also grass rather than pavement so will be muddy in/after wet weather.


General views - All photographs © Tony Rispoli unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking east


Fig 1 - Looking east


Fig 2 - Looking west


Fig 2 - Looking west


Fig 3 - Looking east


Fig 3 - Looking east


Fig 4 - Looking west


Fig 4 - Looking west


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