Not this one:
As I am sure my dear reader know, this is Tower Bridge, right next to the Tower of London. (And you can probably guess that is not my photo. Too clear. But the rest will be my photos. I promise.)
As part of our visit to many things of import, we went to the exhibit which includes the high level walkways and the Victorian engine rooms that controlled the opening of the roadway.
The walkway was built to allow pedestrians to cross when the bridge was open. Now it’s a money-spinning, tourist attraction with a great view and glass floor so you can look at the road and river below. With this and St Paul’s, why would you bother going in the Eye?
Its iconic shape, makes for a stunning outline at night.
The engine room was very interesting. The size and ingenuity was impressive.
Put this on your list!