Ghostly photos from London's past issued for Museum of London Docklands' Bridge show

By Culture24 Reporter | 26 June 2014

See hybrid photos of bygone London ahead of a major exhibition all about building bridges

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Marking the 120th birthday of Tower Bridge, the Museum of London Docklands' new show is the largest art exhibition ever held there.

  • Bridge runs June 27 – November 2 2014.

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Pics: Henry Turner; Museum of London; George Davison Reid; Sandra Flett; Albert Gravely Linney; Christina Broom; Museum of London Docklands

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