Tower Bridge (4/10)

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Built between 1886 and 1894, the awe-inspiring Tower Bridge (sometimes referred to as London Bridge) is a defining landmark of London and Britain, spanning the river Thames close to the Tower of London.  It was first operated by Steam but in 1976 was converted to oil and electricity. The high level walkways which span the bridge were closed in 1910 due to lack of use, however they were reopened in 1982 with a permanent exhibition inside called The Tower Bridge Experience. The walkways offer superb views over the city of London and include a glass floor section too, offering a fascinating view down to the road and river below. 

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