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Tower Bridge Exhibition 'one of the must-see London attractions'
Published: Monday 15th of March 2010
Tower Bridge Exhibition has been described as one of the "must-see" London attractions.
In news that is sure to excite those who are on the lookout for interesting things to do in London, TowerBridge.org.uk points out that the popular visitor attraction is situated at the most famous bridge in the world.
One awe-inspiring feature of Tower Bridge Exhibition is its network of high-level walkways, which offer stunning panoramic views across London.
There are specially-designed viewing windows incorporated into the walkways, which enable visitors to take photographs of the vista unobstructed by glass.
In addition, the latest touchscreen technology is available for visitors to this most impressive of London attractions, so that they can learn more about the buildings they can see on the famous skyline across east and west London.
The construction of Tower Bridge took eight years, five major contractors and the relentless labour of 432 construction workers.
At the time it was built in the mid-1880s, London Bridge was the largest and most sophisticated bascule (or "see-saw") bridge ever completed.
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Posted by Kevin Smith
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