University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: VH02-045. Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution reference: L03826-015a. The Wills’ Bridge (Garden Bridge; Waibaidu Bridge), was built in 1856. It was the first foreign bridge to cross Suzhou Creek (Soochow Creek, 苏州河, Wusong River, 吴淞江). The bridge was named after a British businessman, Charles Wills, of Jardine, Matheson & Co. Viewed from the 'American Side' (i.e. Hongkou district, Shanghai). See VH01-042 and VH02-047.
Wills' Bridge (viewed from the American Side), Shanghai
Black and white photograph
Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, Bath