Tower Bridge, England in Pictures

Tower Bridge

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Tower Bridge viewed from the top of London City Hall.

Tower Bridge

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Tower Bridge machinery. One of a pair of identical horizontal stationary steam engines built by Sir W. G. Armstrong Mitchell & Company of Gateshead in 1894. Used to pump water at 750psi to the hydraulic machinery that worked the bascules of Tower Bridge.

Tower Bridge

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One of the steam engines that powers the raising roadways on Tower Bridge.

Tower Bridge

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Tower Bridge viewed from the top of London City Hall.

Tower Bridge

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View of Tower Bridge construction works, September 28th 1892.

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