A Victorian masterpiece, Tower Bridge remains a highly important crossing on the River Thames, as well as being one of London’s defining landmarks.
This compelling album of photographs by Harry Cory Wright allows us to experience its awe-inspiring structure in exquisite detail, from the intricate machinery in the engine rooms to the great cathedral-like spaces of the bascule chambers.
It includes an interview with Senior Technical Officer Glen Ellis, who shares his own daily experience of lifting the bridge, evoking a remarkable sense of place.
Pocket Photo books is a new series of immersive photo guides to the experience of place. The series is published by Thames and Hudson and was devised by Harry Cory Wright.
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