United Kingdom Tower Bridge from Horselydown Old Stairs

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Doug Stratton

About this spot
Horselydown Old Stairs marks the point at which people once crossed the Thames by ferry, before Tower Bridge was built. It forms one of the best viewpoints of the bridge, particularly at low tide. As it is not so well known, you can often find you have the place to yourself.

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