For about 2000 years there has been a bridge at the site of the present London Bridge and during that time London has grown from a small Roman bridge head and camp to be a world megalopolis. Until 1750 it was the only bridge in London and the next bridge over the Thames was upstream at Kingston. In fact , there have been a number of different structures on the site, each called London Bridge, and the talk will outline their story over two millannia. The talk will be given by Doug Irvine, CivilEngineer.
SIHG Zoom meeting: London Bridge a gateway to London for 1000 years
Thursday, 19 January, 2023 - 10:00