There is a history of rowing and the river on this page; there are many
good links on this page as well.
This website has historiy and pictures about the Thames river bridges
from Teddington( upriver rom London) to the Thames Barrier which is below
Here is a live webcam showing the Thames river, the Maidenhead Rowing
Club's dock and the longest brick expanse in the world, the "Sounding
Arch" railroad bridge.
eliz/TowerofLondon.html This page has history and pictures about the
Tower of London, it is part of series on Elizabethan England.
This is the tale of Hororus who slew the Red Salamander in the Thames
river in the 13th century.
This page explains the Thames path runs which is a hiking path that
runs the length of the Thames. There is quite alot of information on the
geography, history and wildlife along the river.
This is a brief discription of the Thames River Barrier, the world's
largest movable flood barrier.
This is a drawing from the 1850's and a poem about the state of the Thames
What was the Red Salamander that was terrorized London in the
13th century and who slew it?
First Thames Trivia Question
What famous castle/prison is located next to the Thames in London?
A: The Tower of London.
For more information, see the 5th web site on the list to the left.
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