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Waterloo Bridge London UK from the air

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aerial photograph of Waterloo Bridge London UK. Waterloo Bridge was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott who also designed Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Battersea Power station and the red telephone box. The bridge was largely constructed during the war and has been nicknamed the Ladies' Bridge due to the mainly female workforce.

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