Tuesday, June 17, 2008

See London Directly From NYC, and Vice Versa

Now this is mind-blowing!
- Seeing New York right through a powerful telescope from the street of London! Well, it's called telectroscope, to be exact. The outlandish idea is the brain-child of Alexander St George almost 150 years ago, and it is now finally complete, after a century of construction, and open for the public. It's made possible by the secret channel running through the Atlantic Ocean.

It's open 24 hours a day.

The New York Telectroscope is free for visit, and is situated at Fulton Ferry Landing near Brooklyn Bridge.
Fulton Ferry Landing
Old Fulton Street, Brooklyn NY - 11201
Subway: Lines A and C to High Street or F to York Street



The London Telectroscope requires £1 per person, and is situated on the south side of the river near Tower Bridge.
More London Riverside
London SE1 2DB
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