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Product images of Demolition work being carried out on Blackfriars Bridge
Product details Demolition work being carried out on Blackfriars Bridge
Demolition work being carried out on Blackfriars Bridge
Demolition work being carried out on Blackfriars Bridge, 1864. The first Blackfriars Bridge built by Robert Mylne in the 1760s was replaced by a new crossing designed by Joseph Cubitt and built between 1865 and 1869.
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- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)