Thursday, 18 September 2008

A bridge to nowhere

My train in this morning didn't stop at Cannon Street so I had to get off at London Bridge. I actually quite like the walk as I now go along South Bank, past HMS Belfast and across Tower Bridge.

It was also a very nice cool Autumn morning. Here are some photos.

You can just about make out, from left, the Natwest Tower, Lloyd's of London, the Willis Building, Swiss Re (Gherkin) and the London Underwriting Centre (Gotham City).
As luck would have it, as I was approaching Tower Bridge a boat needed to pass so the sirens sounded and the bridge was raised. I wasn't in a hurry so I didn't really care.

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