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Thames crossings: bridges, ferries and tunnels
Until the 18th century, London bridge was the only crossing between the north and south banks
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Thames crossings: bridges, ferries and tunnels Southwark Bridge Southwark Bridge Waterloo Bridge Waterloo Bridge Tower Hill Subway Tower Hill Subway Cannon St. Railway Bridge Cannon St. Railway Bridge Tower Bridge Tower Bridge Thames Tunnel Thames Tunnel Greenwich Foot Tunnel Greenwich Foot Tunnel Woolwich Free Ferry Woolwich Free Ferry Woolwich Foot Tunnel Woolwich Foot Tunnel Thames Barrier Thames Barrier Blackwall Tunnels Blackwall Tunnels Rotherhithe Tunnel Rotherhithe Tunnel London Bridge London Bridge Millennium bridge Millennium bridge Blackfriars Bridge Blackfriars Bridge
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