Underneath Tower Bridge are two huge empty chambers, but later this month they will be filled with music.
There is a chance to have a personal item locked into a time capsule and buried under the pavement on Tower Bridge
With a length of 34 metres, a massive suspension bridge made from Lego bricks has gone on display in London.
It was supposed to happen last weekend, but didn't. It was supposed to happen yesterday, but didn't. It is supposed to happen next weekend, but wont.
Next week will be a very rare chance to see one of the two remaining ocean going Royal Mail Ships on a visit to London.
Rather than full of glassy offices and a testicle, the south bank of the Thames by Tower Bridge should be a neo-Venetian folly.
Tower Bridge has announced the first-ever public event to take place inside its subterranean Bascule Chamber.
HMS Middleton, one of the Royal Navy's Hunt Class Mine Countermeasures Vessels (MCMV) will be in London next weekend, and the ship will be open for public tours.
The ancient rule that requires a bale of straw to be hung from a bridge is to be enforced from later this month.
Tower Bridge has announced that it will be running its Engineering Tours again in the New Year, which is coincidentally also when the bridge has to deal with the fewest openings that can disrupt such tours.
An exceptionally rare sight -- as the UK's only air-worthy heritage flying boat will fly along the Thames next week, and over Tower Bridge.
Although Tower Bridge is a permanent fixture on the list of things to visit eventually, it does also run a series of rotating displays to try and lure you in this year instead of some unknown date in the future.
Last week approval was granted for 6 sheets of glass to be sliced into the walkway floor so that people up there can look down as the bridge swings up - getting a pigeon-eyes view of the mechanical motion below.
Something unusual tomorrow morning, a large cargo ship is to pass through Tower Bridge for a ceremonial naming event. It’s fairly rare for large cargo ships to pass through the Bridge now, save for the City of London’s waste containers…
If you watched the last moments of the Paralympics closing ceremony last night when the fireworks went off at Stratford, you might have seen a short clip of a small display happening at Tower Bridge as well. That was one…
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