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Best/easiest way to see the Thames Barrier?

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Even before recent high water, I've been interested in what sounds like an engineering marvel, the Thames Barrier. Is it worth a trip out there? If so, how to get to a good vantage point by foot or public transport?

While out in that general direction, I don't suppose there's anything interesting to see at Tilbury, where Eliz I made that nice little speech long ago? Or would I be better off comparing actresses on youtube?

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