Buildings on London Bridge

London Bridge - text from the image.

The bridge's stone structure supported houses and shops built of timber and brick.

A gate at the south end reminded Shakespeare and fellow Londoners that Elizabethan justice could be harsh. The heads of executed criminals were displayed here.

Shakespeare wrote of gruesome scenes like this in Measure for Measure. [back - zoom out]

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