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Posted by William Wallace on Jan 5, 2011 in Out and About In London | 16 comments
Crowds of tourists clamouring for a better view of Tower Bridge in London opening up to let an old steam ship through.
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No wonder. That Tower Bridge is a famous London;s landmark.
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I can feel the excitment in the air. I have been there myself!
Great shot! Whenever I come visit your blog I get the urge to visit London
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My husband was super impressed with himself once. He went on a team building exercise with his company and they went through the bridge and back again later on a boat. I’d love to see that from a boat deck one day!
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Aren’t you fortunate to be able to see such an amazing sight!
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great shot. your picture brings back fond memories of my trip a few years ago.
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What an amazing shot!
What a gorgeous bridge it is!
I’d love to see that up close.
Great shot – just how it makes you feel. Finally made it to the Tower + Bridge on my last visit to London, really interesting day out if a bit depressing but the beefeater tour guide was more than witty enough to cover that!
would love to see it one day in person
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Cool Picture! Happy Wordless Wednesday!
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How often does that drawbridge open? It can take quite a while to cycle.
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I’d missed that when I was in London. I must make a point to see it when I go there again.
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I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bridge part like that (although I am well aware that they can), so I think I would be clamouring to watch it too
We were looking at a calender of London the other day and saw the bridge and my Princess cried “Big Ben!” I guess structurally they do look similar.
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