The Rifles Monument is in the centre of New Bridge. It was erected in 1861 in memory of members of the 1st Battalion 60th Royal Rifles who fell in India. Cambridge Terrace, built in 1861, is on the west side and, equally attractive, all that remains of the 1840 (Grade II) Camden Crescent damaged during World War II. Charles Dickens stayed there. New Bridge House (Grade II) was built as a bank in 1865.