Bert van Duren

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This rejected blueprint of Tower Bridge, which was submitted by Sir Horace Jones in 1878, shows the bridge with a semi-circle of metal between its two arches instead of the two horizontal walkways tourists would now recognise. The final design, which was also by Sir Horace due to his position as the City of London's official architect, was finished in 1894 after eight years of construction. It is estimated that around 430 workers were drafted in from across the country to finish the bridge

This rejected blueprint of Tower Bridge, which was submitted by Sir Horace Jones in .

Sir Horace Jones 1818-97

Sir Horace Jones 1818-97

Sir Horace Jones (1819 – 1887) often portrayed with his writing book.......

Sir Horace Jones, architect of Tower Bridge and the markets at Billingsgate, Leadenhall and Smithfield.

Unexecuted design of a building in London  a design for Tower Bridge by Sir Horace Jones   1878

Unexecuted design of a building in London a design for Tower Bridge by Sir Horace Jones 1878

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge