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Wednesday, 10 November 2004, 12:00AM

Two thousand years of London Bridge

Peter Lennard

The fascinating story of all the bridges that have been London Bridge through the last two thousand years, from the Roman Bridge, and Peter de Colechurch's famous bridge with the houses, through Sir John Rennie's nineteenth century bridge, now in Arizona, and right up to the present day bridge.

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Peter Lennard is Founder of the The London Bridge Museum and Educational Trust.

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10 November 2004

Two thousand years of London Bridge
Peter Lennard

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