Product images of Old London Bridge, with river craft and warehouses
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Old London Bridge, with river craft and warehouses
Mounted with PAF3122-PAF3142, PAF3144-PAF3160.
A print of the Old London Bridge, by Edward William Cooke. The artist shows two of the bridge's 19 narrow arches. These narrow arches slowed the flow of the water, making it possible for the Thames to freeze over in particularly low temperatures. By the end of the 19th century, the bridge was unable to cope with the growing volume of traffic, and was replaced by Rennie's new London Bridge in 1831.
Edward William Cooke (artist & engraver)
Original size: 314 mm x 402 mm
- Image reference: PW3143
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London