An actuality film shot by Hertfordshire film pioneer Arthur Melbourne-Cooper.
A record of 'rush hour' traffic crossing over the River Thames, as pedestrians walk in both directions, accompanied by a variety of horse-drawn carts and coaches, as well as a lone cyclist.
Despite the title identifying the location as London Bridge, the traffic is actually crossing Blackfriars Bridge, with the City of London School building on Embankment clearly visible in the background.
The identity and provenance of this film is unclear. An entry in the BFI National Film Archive catalogue on the compilation film ROYAL REMEMBRANCES (1929) suggests that the bridge in question is, in fact, Blackfriars Bridge (indeed, the City of London School building on Embankment is clearly visible in the background) and that it is actually an 1896 film by Robert William (R.W.) Paul.