i was taken to a club in 1982 called elephant on the thames by a friend who i have lost contact with, i have never been able to find it since
London Bridge spans the River Thames.
24 Bridges span the Thames in LondonThere are 24 bridges spanning the Thames in London
The River Thames flows through London.
Walton on Thames is near London but situated in Surrey
There are several places that have cities named London, but none other than the one in England, are on a river called Thames. Other places include London, Ontario, London, Finland, London, Belize, and London, Nigeria. There are also 16 US states that have a city named London.
The Tower of London is the famous castle in London. It is located in the center of London, along the bank of the Thames river.
Yes. In Ontario Canada
London is situated on the River Thames (pronounced 'temz'.
The Thames is the only river that flows through central London.
The River Thames flows through central London.
The Thames runs through London
The Thames goes through London, England. Edinburgh is in Scotland, not England.
It's in England and goes through London.Answer 2It is called the "River Thames", not the other way around.It is wholly within England. It flows through Oxford and London.
The Thames Barrier is a flood prevention barrier on the river Thames east of London. Its purpose is to prevent London flooding at times of exceptionally high tides.
London Docklands are on both the north and south banks of the river Thames in East and southeast London.
The River Thames flows through London, England. The Thames also flows near Oxford, Reading, and Henley-on-Thames.
The River Thames in London.
Find London on the map and you will see that the river Thames runs through London.
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames was created in 1965.
The River Thames runs through London on its way to the North Sea.
The River Thames is found in London, England
The River Thames.the thames =D
The river Thames is England, and is the river that London is built on.
London is one of the cities on the Thames.