Glass floor at Tower Bridge walkways will create "wow factor"

Plans to insert glass panels into the upper walkways of Tower Bridge to enable visitors to watch bridge lifts in progress are expected to be endorsed by a City of London Corporation committee next week.

The walkways are 140 feet above the river and form part of the Tower Bridge Exhibition visitor attraction.The culture, heritage and libraries committee of the City of London Corporation, which owns the bridge, will next week consider a proposal to spend around £1 million inserting glass panels into the upper walkways.Read more here.Plans to insert glass panels into the upper walkways of Tower Bridge to enable visitors to watch bridge lifts in progress are expected to be endorsed by a City of London Corporation committee next week.     

The walkways are 140 feet above the river and form part of the Tower Bridge Exhibition visitor attraction.

The culture, heritage and libraries committee of the City of London Corporation, which owns the bridge, will next week consider a proposal to spend around £1 million inserting glass panels into the upper walkways.

Read more here.

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Date: 24 April 2013
Source: www.london-se1.co.uk

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