London's iconic Tower Bridge was built in the late 1800s along the River Thames, just next to the imposing Tower of London. The towers are either end of the span are connected by a walkway, with a drawbridge underneath to let tall ships pass in the water below. Visitors to Tower Bridge can not only climb the towers but also check out the century-old engine rooms that were once used to activate the drawbridge.
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