“If a man can bridge the gap between life and death, if he can live on after he’s dead, then maybe he was a great man.” – James Dean _ We took a walk over the Tower Bridge in London in November 2014. When it was built over 120 years ago it was an engineering marvel. _ But this was not your typical perspective. You’ll notice at the top of this photo are 2 sets of glass panels which make up the overpass walkway. We walked over those. If you’re scared of heights, it’s one way to overcome your fear. _ I won’t mention that just days before our visit a tourist dropped a beer bottle which shattered one of the glass panels. Fortunately, everyone was safe (except the bottle). _ But that aside, it’s one of the best views of London. I highly recommend it. See our full article at http://ift.tt/1RRttZC _ #london

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“If a man can bridge the gap between life and death, if he can live on after he’s dead, then maybe he was a great man.” – James Dean _ We took a walk over the Tower Bridge in London in November 2014. When it was built over 120 years ago it was an engineering marvel. _ But this was not your typical perspective. You’ll notice at the top of this photo are 2 sets of glass panels which make up the overpass walkway. We walked over those. If you’re scared of heights, it’s one way to overcome your fear. _ I won’t mention that just days before our visit a tourist dropped a beer bottle which shattered one of the glass panels. Fortunately, everyone was safe (except the bottle). _ But that aside, it’s one of the best views of London. I highly recommend it. See our full article at http://ift.tt/1RRttZC _ #london

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