"I recommend dropping the subject. You can't do better than to be interested in some lime works anywhere down about Northfleet, and doubtful whether some of your lime don't get into bad company as it comes up in the barges." "You hear Eugene?" said Lightwood, over his shoulder. "You are deeply interested in lime." "Without lime," returned that unmoved barrister-at-law, "my existence would be unilluminated by a ray of hope." -Our Mutual Friend, Charles Dickens
London Bridge, City of London, 1870s ~ Looking northwards across the busy London Bridge towards the City. In 1831 the medieval bridge was replaced by the structure seen here, designed by John Rennie, which was again replaced in the early 1970s when this bridge was relocated to Lake Havasu, Arizona ,USA.