Greenwich Foot Tunnel
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Greenwich Foot Tunnel information
Reached via glass-topped domes on either side of the river, this Victorian-era pedestrian tunnel provides an atmospheric back route from Greenwich to the Isle of Dogs. Wheelchair users can use the tunnel when the lifts are in operation.