In such an urban environment which doesn’t have the best weather, being able to experience life on or near the river is one of London’s biggest delights.
Completed in 1894, Tower Bridge is perhaps the most iconic of all of London’s bridges.
Albert Bridge was completed in 1873 and was a toll bridge for its first six years in existence.
During its construction roman and Celtic weapons were found and it was thought this may have been where Julius Caesar and his army crossed the Thames.
Waterloo Bridge is the longest bridge in london at 1,230 feet long and it was the first to incorporate electric lights.
There have been four different bridges at this location since AD 50. The current version of London Bridge was built in 1973.