The Tour of The Thames – London Bridge, Bradshaw’s HandBook, no.106

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After savouring the delights of London Mr Bradshaw offers ‘A complete steamboat companion for summer excursions, Hampton Court to the Nore’. Part I is upriver. In 1895 a steamer left London Bridge at 10.00am in the summer, calling at all … Continued

Bradshaw’s Hand Book to London, The South, London Bridge Station (no.79)

‘..The spacious terminus of the┬áSouth Eastern, London and Brighton, Greenwich, North Kent, and Croydon Railways,┬áthat all converge at this point, is seen at the end of a broad turning that leads from the main road up to the respective stations.’.

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