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Nothing much, considering that it is a bridge built fairly recently, around 1972. Its importance lies clearly in being one of the most important ways to pass from one side of the Thames, always busy, including safe pedestrian ways. In any case, if you visit...More
The mystery of "my fair lady" from the nursery rhyme "London Bridge" will forever be just that, a "mystery". It could be she was a consort of a king, or maybe it is named after a tributary river, or maybe for a custom of entombing...More
My husband and I walked the bridge while exploring the neighborhood. It's beautiful and offers some gorgeous views of the river. We paired the walk with some other activities located in the area. It's definitely worth seeing when you're there.
With so many other bridges standing next to each other (Tower Bridge, Millennium Bridge etc.), this one does not give you any exceptional architectural or beautiful feeling. It feels like just a normal bridge meant for its core purpose (connect the two points :P)
Response from gaurav4321 | Reviewed this property |
We can view tower bridge from this location. Those views are taken at London bridge. As nothing note worthy is there at London bridge. This is simple bridge only.
Your concern is correct but still we don't have choice.