Visit to Tower Bridge and Trinity House

Tower Bridge and Trinity House Visit
The HROA tour group standing on the walk way above the river..not for those with a fear of heights...
Tower Bridge and Trinity House Visit
The magnificent Tower Bridge which is a far more complex piece of machinery than you would ever imagine under her brick skin...
Tower Bridge and Trinity House Visit
A complex explanation of the Victorian machinery that raised the bridge using water pressure and steam from our tour guide.
Tower Bridge and Trinity House Visit
Our guide explains the significance of the paintings and fittings in the magnificent drawing room at Trinity House
Tower Bridge and Trinity House Visit
Our Social Sec Sue Ross and the Commodore Nigel Kingsley at Trinity House
Tower Bridge and Trinity House Visit
Part of the original drawings held by Trinity House for Smeaton's lighthouse in 1756 on Eddystone Rocks, south of Plymouth. This was the third light house built on the rocks, and the stub of its remains may be familiar to members who have sailed up close (not too close!) to look at the present lighthouse...
Tower Bridge and Trinity House Visit
The magnificent 'trompe l'oeil' on the ceiling above the main staircase at Trinity House.