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Watching the world go by


I was sorting through some old commercial colour slides when I came across one of tower bridge, London. Having seen many photos of this land-mark, I was about to toss it back into the box when I thought I saw something interesting and, possibly, unusual. So I enlarged the image and I found the following rather grainy picture. How often would you see this at tower bridge and I wonder what is going through the watcher's mind?

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Re: Watching the world go by


Pure nostalgia!
I remember with great affection several boat trips around the vibrant, bustling London Docks, with ships of all shapes and sizes, and interesting cargoes from far flung places.
Container ships and ports just don't do it for me.

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Re: Watching the world go by


I don't know why but I get a 50's feeling with this picture

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