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The South East prospect of London from the Tower to London Bridge, 1746.The South East prospect of London from the Tower to London Bridge, 1746.
The South East prospect of London from the Tower to London Bridge, 1746.

© National Maritime Museum, London

Repro ID: PY2186
Title: The South East prospect of London from the Tower to London Bridge, 1746.
Description: This 1746 print shows a very busy river scene. The view is from the river itself, and looks west towards the north bank. The Tower of London, the Monument and St Paul's Cathedral are in the background. The river is crossed by the old London Bridge, with its many arches and buildings.
Creator: F. Bowles
Date: 25 March 1746
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London


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