Why, where and who?
Tuesday, 27 February, 7:30pm
The bridges of the Thames stitch the North and South together and form the architectural backbone of our Capital. Author Chris Brown tells us the story of why and how the bridges were built where they were, the impact they had on local neighbourhoods, and the incidents that have occurred on them. For example, how did a hairdresser save Hammersmith Bridge? Who was assassinated on Waterloo Bridge? And which poet saved Albert Bridge?
Attend the talk
All Talks by the Thames take place at The Pier House. £3.00 per person for non members, FREE to all members. Thinking about becoming a member?
You can turn up on the day and pay without booking.
Chiswick Pier Trust
The Pier House, Corney Reach Way, London, W4 2UG