|Location Map ( geo)|
|The bridge from the long distance path underneath|
|Crossings related to the A3|
Portsbridge Roundabout • Portsmouth - Santander ferry • Portsmouth - Cherbourg ferry • Portsmouth - Caen ferry • Portsmouth - Fishbourne ferry • Hindhead Tunnel • London Bridge • A3 (Cobham) Bridge • A3 Guildford Thro Route Bridge • Portsmouth - Le Havre ferry • Portsmouth - Bilbao ferry • Town Bridge (Godalming) • Eashing Bridge
Pilgrim's Bridge is a brick arch bridge which crosses the Pilgrim's Way on a sliproad of the A3 at Compton Interchange. The sliproad was originally part of the main line of the Guildford and Godalming Bypass, meaning that the road crossing the bridge seems narrow in comparison to the available width.
The bridge is notable for the two large crosses set in parallel to the road, on either side of the bridge. The bridge was designed by Lutyens in 1931, the crosses were installed on the bridge by command of G F Watts' widow Mary, as the price for building it on the Watts estate.