London Bridge is closing down…

Some shots that I recently posted to my Instagram, from my recent walk down to London Bridge. I will be blogging what I discovered during lockdown on my daily walks, and I can’t wait to share some things in the next few days!

I will try to keep my blog and Instagram in sync- so one doesn’t spoil it for the other.


Despite the cones blocking off London Bridge, this isn’t due to the lockdown. London Bridge was due to be closed between March and October this year, although recent events may close it off for a little longer if things don’t stick to schedule.


A couple heads popping up over London Bridge, looking down the Thames to Tower Bridge. The bridge wasn’t as busy as it could have been, which is the reason why I decided to continue my daily exercise over the river.


The paths here are very wide, meaning I could use the space to cross it safely without worrying too much.

Not that everyone was worrying, some people were clearly unfazed…


I crossed the bridge and spent some time at Borough Market, as it is an open area that can be walked through and was as you can imagine, very quiet. Everything closed and it made for a pretty interesting walk. So I will come back to it by the time I have got to those images on Insta. But in the meantime I am uploading plenty more shots, three a day around Central London.

See you all soon for the next ones!


Due to the Coronavirus outbreak I am somewhat limited as to what I can do in London, but I aim to post as much as I can during this time. I promise to have some great posts coming your way once this is all over as I continue to explore London.

Stay home, stay safe and happy blogging!



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21 thoughts on “London Bridge is closing down…”

  1. London is on my wish list for visiting for years. Whenever i see the pics taken in London i have the feeling that i belong there, hope it will be the same once i get to visit it once.


    1. I am sure it will Razor! Hopefully you get to visit soon when the lockdowns are lifted. It is a very busy city, but if you don’t mind packed tube trains and the risk of rain, I am sure you will love it πŸ™‚


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