隅田川の橋 Tokyo's Sumida River Bridges
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Photos from Jan. 2018 unless otherwise noted.

築地大橋 Tsukiji Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (never opened-may open for 2020 Olympics)

勝鬨橋 Kachidoki Bridge (built 1933-1940) (center drawbridge no longer used)

佃大橋 Tsukuda Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (built 1961-1964)

相生橋 Aioi Bashi [Bridge] (built 1998-1999) (1st bridge on the east branch of the Sumida River where it flows around the man made island Tsukishima)

中央大橋 Chūō Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (built 1993-1994)

Aioi Bridge (left) Tsukishima (middle) Chūō Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (right) from the Eitai Bridge

永代橋 Eitai Bridge (built 1923-1926)

永代橋 Eitai Bridge (Jan. 2019)

隅田川大橋 Sumidagawa Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (built 1979)

Sumidagawa Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (Jan. 2019)

清洲橋 Kiyosu Bridge (built 1923-1926)

Kiyosu Bridge (Jan. 2019)

新大橋 Shin Ōhashi [New Great Bridge] (built 1976-1977)

両国大橋  Ryogoku Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (built 1969-1971) (Shunto Expressway-Ryogoku Junction) (no pedestrians)

両国橋 Ryogoku Bridge (built 1930-1932)

総武線隅田川橋梁 Sobu Line Sumidagawa Bridge (no pedestrians)

蔵前専用橋 NTT Kuramae Bridge (no pedestrians) & 蔵前橋 Kuramae Bridge (built 1924-1927) (cream colored arches)

Kuramae Bridge (Jan. 2019)

厩橋 Umaya Bridge (built 1926-1929)

Umaya Bridge (Jan. 2019)

駒形橋 Komagata Bridge (built 1924-1927)

Komagata Bridge (Jan. 2019)

吾妻橋 Azuma Bridge (built 1929-1931)

東武花川戸鉄道橋 Tobu Hanakawado Railway Bridge (no pedestrians)

言問橋  Kototoi Bridge (built 1925-1928)

言問橋  Kototoi Bridge (Jan. 2019)

桜橋 Sakura [Cherry Blossom] Bridge (built 1970-1975) (no motor vehicles)

白鬚橋 Shirahige Bridge (built 1928-1931) (wrapped in scaffolding)

Shirahige Bridge (Jan. 2019)

水神大橋  Suishin Great Bridge (built 1984-1989)

千住汐入大橋  Senju Shioiri Great Bridge (built 2006-2007)

Trio of Commuter Train Lines between Minami Senju to the South and Kita Senju to the North (no pedestrians) (Jan. 2019)
常磐線隅田川橋梁 Joban Line Sumida River Bridge (front)
つくばエクスプレス隅田川橋梁 Tsukuba Express Sumida River Bridge (middle)
日比谷線隅田川橋梁 Hibiya Line Sumida River Bridge (back)

千住大橋 Senju Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (built 1927)

千住水管橋 Senju Water Bridge (white/front - no pedestrians) 大橋 Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (blue green/behind) (Jan. 2019)

東京電力送電橋  Tokyo Electric Power Transmission Bridge (no pedestrians) (Jan. 2019)

尾竹橋  Otake Bridge (built 1992)

日暮里・舎人ライナー隅田川橋梁 Nippori Toneri Liner Sumidagawa Kyouryou & 尾久橋  Oku Bridge (built 1968)

小台橋  Odai Bridge (built 1992)

豊島橋 Toshima Bridge (Jan. 2019)

Mt. Fuji visible in the left end of the span. (Jan. 2019)

新豊橋 Shin Toyo Bridge (Jan. 2019)

新田橋 Shinden Bridge (Jan. 2019)

新神谷橋 Shinkamiya Bridge (Jan. 2019)

岩淵水門 Iwabuchi Water Gate (Jan. 2019)
Google Maps continues to identify the waterway next to the Arakawa River as the Sumida River but it is the 新河岸川 Shinkawashigawa [River].
The Sumida River ends at the Water Gate to the Arakawa River.

旧岩淵水門 Old Iwabuchi Water Gate (Jan. 2019)


Here are the first few bridges on the Shinkawashigawa [River]

新志茂橋 Shin Shimo Bridge (Jan. 2019)

岩淵橋 Iwabuchi Bridge (aqua/front)
新荒川大橋 Shin Arakawa Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (beige/behind) (Jan. 2019)

新荒川大橋 Shin Arakawa Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (Jan. 2019) Span over the Shinkawashigawa [River]

新荒川大橋 Shin Arakawa Ōhashi [Great Bridge] (Jan. 2019) Span over the Arakawa [River]
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