London 111 – Tower Bridge Experience

After Tower of London, we walked to the Tower Bridge next door since our London Pass gave us free access to the Bridge (normal ticket price from £9). Built in the 19th century as a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London, this iconic bridge consists of two bridge towers tied together at the upper level by two horizontal walkway. This must be the most photographed bridge on the River Thames.
However, the tour was quite a boring tour actually although we enjoyed the scenes from the top of the bridge for a bit, but lost interest when it came to the engineering part despite the Victorian Engine Rooms were well preserved with the original steam engine, as we’d seen the snippets over and over again on Travel Channel. Anyway, at least I could say I’d walked across the Tower Bridge from the top, as not many Londoners themselves had done it…

For my other post on London, click here.

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