Posted by: hiddenlondon | July 8, 2014

London’s Bridges at Docklands Museum

Nothing says ‘I’m in London’ quite like walking across a London bridge at night. Seeing St Pauls Cathedral, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye all lit up, with the lights bouncing off the brooding Thames, is guaranteed to send a little shiver down the spine.

So full marks to the Museum of London Docklands for celebrating London’s bridges with its biggest ever art exhibition. Using artwork, photography and film, the exhibition explores the history and significance of these amazing feats of engineering and design.

Hybrid Image: Lower pool with Tower Bridge under construction, late 19th century plus today's view.

Hybrid Image: Lower pool with Tower Bridge under construction, late 19th century plus today’s view.

Bridge at the Museum of London Docklands, until 2 November 2014
Museum of London DocklandsNo.1 WarehouseWest India QuayLondon E14 4AL

 

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