The south side of the Strand (from a window of the Morning Post building), by the junction with Waterloo Bridge and Wellington Street in September 1923. This is the approach to Waterloo Bridge prior to widening, and though scheduled for demolition at this time, this area was operating normally. White notes the shortness of the original approach to bridges on the north bank of the Thames as distinct from the longer approaches to be found on the south bank. Traffic on the bridge, directly ahead, is light heading south, but heavy heading north, with a variety of vehicles including several buses. Eastbound traffic in the Strand has been halted and people are crossing.
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