Beneath the Thames

More than 100 years ago, a solution was found for plugging the gap created by the River Thames at Woolwich in London. Not a bridge, but a tunnel going beneath the water for the use of foot passengers. It’s still very much in use and important to local people, not to mention a draw to photographers from further afield. The stretch and curve of the eerily lit tunnel is an irresistible capture, but there are other details too…


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