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Sunday 8 July 2012 2.01pm
The torch will also pass through SE1 on the 27 July, the final stretch. Strangely they haven't specified the route street by street. Does anyone know anything about that?
Sunday 8 July 2012 2.36pm
On 27 July the torch will be on the river rather than the streets. The details haven't been announced yet but there are strong hints it will be carried on the Gloriana royal row barge downriver to Tower Bridge.

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Sunday 8 July 2012 3.00pm
Many thanks, James.
Sunday 8 July 2012 3.01pm
Iceberg dead ahead!
Monday 9 July 2012 9.57am
The council is looking for volunteer stewards:
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/news/view/6151

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Monday 9 July 2012 12.08pm
Certainly looks like it's coming down the river to Tower Bridge on 27 July, according to the route tracker.

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Saturday 14 July 2012 9.01pm
Southwark's torch relay map is a bit dodgy:
http://www.southwark.gov.uk/downloads/file/7432/southwark_torch_relay_map
They've got the artwork for Bricklayers Arms and Burgess Park the wrong way round for starters.

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Sunday 15 July 2012 2.50pm
Lord, Southwark Council are useless. The map is nonsense. Burgess Park and Bricklayers are the wrong way round as you say... but so are Tower Bridge and the Mayor's building. Walworth and Camberwell are in the wrong place. And the Elephant & Castle picture is just below Union Street.
Sunday 15 July 2012 11.50pm
Bit of a worry if the communications department can't get it right.
Monday 16 July 2012 3.55pm
The flame arrives at Tower Bridge at 12.45 on Friday 27 July:
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/news/view/6085

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