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Location - Tower Bridge - River Thames, London
Postcard Date: - Before 1906
Size in mm (approx): - 140 x 88
Publisher: Gordon Smith, Publisher, Stroud Green Road N
Publisher's Card No: - none
Used: A ½d pale green stamp of Edward VII cancelled LONDON SW APL 26 06 - addressed to Edwards Hafod Clwy, Denbigh, N Wales - Straight five line machine cancel
Condition: Upper left and lower right corners chipped, still a good looking card.
Further Information: Tower Bridge gets its name from the nearby Tower of London. The building of the bridge was completed in 1894 and is of a very unusual construction. It comprises two suspension bridge connecting it with the north and south banks, whilst the opening part is a double bascule type, similar to two drawbridge facing eash other. Shipping traffic requiring the bridge to be opened must give 24 hours notice on intent.

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