Virtual Tour – Bridges and Brunel on the Thames
Date(s) - 24/09/2020
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Which bridge was originally the William Pitt the Elder Bridge?
Where was a Leviathan launched?
Which Bridge was known to be famously ugly on it’s opening in 1864?
One bridging point created London, the single London Bridge; gateway to what became the City of London. Crossing Tamesis became imperative: and what of the Brunel family? This exciting virtual voyage will enlighten and entertain you. So remember to slightly wobble your chair to get that authentic nautical experience
Once you have experienced your tour you will be able to say you have seen:
Three Brunel bridges
The Blade of Light
A Ladies Bridge
And so much more!
Factoid – Horace Jones the Architect responsible for the iconic Tower Bridge also designed the ‘Cathedral of Meat’ otherwise known as Smithfield Market.
You will need access to Zoom and a good internet connection.
Virtual Tour by Kevin Larder.