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Comment passer cot de Tower Bridge et ne pas vous en faire profiter.
Par contre j'ai fait expr廥 de le prendre en pleine nuit , pour qu'il ressorte bien, et puis on le voit souvent de jour, alors...
Le Tower Bridge est un pont levant franchissant la Tamise, entre Southwark et la City, pr鋊 de la tour de Londres dont il tire son nom (c'est d'ailleurs l'un des quatre ponts g廨廥 par les services du Lord-maire). Tower Bridge est situ dans la Pool of London.

Au moment de sa construction, le Tower Bridge 彋ait le plus grand et le plus sophistiqu des ponts basculants jamais construits. Ce pont est c幨鋐re dans le monde entier gr歊e son architecture tr鋊 particuli鋨e : il est compos de deux grandes tours, d'une suspension rigide, d'un tablier s'ouvrant au passage des navires les plus hauts et d'une passerelle au sommet. Les machineries du pont ouvrant sont ouvertes au public depuis 1982 sous forme de mus嶪 pr廥entant le fonctionnement du m嶰anisme hydraulique qui permet depuis 1886-1894 (date de la construction du pont par Sir John Wolfe-Barry et Horace Jones) de soulever le pont bascule. Ce m嶰anisme de levage est rest en service jusqu'en 1976.
(Wikip嶮ia)

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How to pass beside Tower Bridge and not to make some to you profit.
On the other hand i purposely made take it in middle of the night, for to it arises well, and then it is often seen day, then
Tower Bridge is a raising bridge crossing the Thames, between Southwark and City, close to the tower of London from which it draws its name (c' is d' elsewhere l' one of the four bridges managed by the services of the Lord Mayor). Tower Bridge is located in the Pool off London. At the time of its construction, Tower Bridge largest and the most were sophisticated tilting bridges ever built. This bridge is famous in the whole world thanks to its very particular architecture: it is composed of two large towers, d' a rigid suspension, d' an apron s' opening with the passage the highest ships and d' a footbridge at the top. The machineries of the opening bridge are opened to the public since 1982 in the form of museum presenting the operation of the hydraulic mechanism which makes it possible since 1886-1894 (date of the construction of the bridge by Sir John Wolfe-Barry and Horace Jones) to raise the weighbridge. This mechanism of lifting remained in service to in 1976. (Wikip嶮ia)

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  • Copyright: Gesbere Eric (LOOOK13) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 775 W: 0 N: 1941] (19046)
  • Genre: 地方
  • Medium: 彩色
  • Date Taken: 2010-03-16
  • Categories: 建築
  • Camera: Canon EOS 400D
  • Exposure:f/25.0, 30 seconds
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  • Date Submitted: 2011-01-28 2:53
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