Old London Bridge.

@article{Home1932OldLB,
  title={Old London Bridge.},
  author={Gordon Home},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1932},
  volume={129},
  pages={16-16}
}
THE Exhibition commemorating the centenary of the demolition of old London Bridge, which was opened on Nov. 5 in Regis House, close to the northern end of London Bridge, is to remain open until Jan. 24. The display has been organised by the Rev. H. J. Fynes-Clinton, rector of St. Magnus the Martyr, to raise funds for the restoration of Wren's tower and spire, and many societies and individuals have sent exhibits to it. The series of engravings, water-colours, and prints of the old bridge at… 
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