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A scene from the launch of PortCities.

A scene from the launch of PortCities.
A scene from the launch of PortCities.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H6453
Description: A scene from the launch of the PortCities web site in September 2003. The launch was held in the former pedestrian walkways above the bascules of Tower Bridge. The walkways were always underused and were closed in 1910, but now serve as a venue for exhibitions. Appropriately, Tower Bridge and its history is one of the topics dealt with on the PortCities site.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 22 September 2003
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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