London Bridge was a natural arch located within the Port Campbell National Park in Victoria, Australia. On the 15 January 1990 the arch finally gave way to the constant erosion and collapsed into the ocean. Two sightseers were stranded on the outer section and had to be rescued by helicopter. The formation is now known as the “London Arch” and is a popular natural attraction along the Great Ocean Road which is one of the world’s truly great drives. The best time to photograph it is in the afternoon when the sun is low and lights up the sandstone in its orange and yellow glory.