The developement on the north and south sides of the River Thames; the transformation of Southwark; creation of the public-private Cross-River Partnership; the re-generation of Bankside & the creation of the Tate Modern gallery; people, politics and problems with the decision and design of the bridge, and it’s ultimate success.
A gently humorous account of Ivan Luckin’s role in achieving the sale of Rennie’s London Bridge in 1968 and its subsequent transfer to Lake Havasu City in the Arizona desert. Continue reading “Ivan Luckin and the Sale of London Bridge”
This paper described the ceremonies associated with the laying of the first stone of the New London Bridge in 1825. Continue reading “A ticket to attend: the laying of the first stone of the new London Bridge, 1825”