The North Bank





Most people walk along the South Bank of the Thames. A few years ago I walked the South Bank of the Thames from Hampton Court to the Thames Barrier, an experience I would highly recommend. I love the river, which is the real heart of this city. Now I live only a few minutes from Tower Bridge. I recently decided to walk part of the North Bank to get a different perspective on things. Here are the results.


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