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Published on May 31, 2012

Tower Bridge is one of the world's most recognisable landmarks. GE is incredibly proud to have helped transform it with a highly advanced lighting system in time to mark the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. During London 2012 as part of the overall celebrations, there will be an light display every evening on the Bridge, ensuring those in the city can fully enjoy the new lighting scheme and see Tower Bridge as they never have before.

Interviews with GE, EDF, City of London and the Mayor's Office, as well as the teams doing the work.

Teams of lighting designers and electricians spent the last six months crawling across the granite ledges and steel suspension chains of London's landmark Tower Bridge, stringing some 6,500 feet of energy-efficient LED linear lights, 1,800 LED lamps, and 1,000 junction boxes with 16,500 feet of cable.

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