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Wall plaque on Old Cavendish Laboratory  Mathematical Bridge, Queen's College, Cambridge 

The photographs above are: plaque on the wall of the Old Cavendish Physics Laboratory, Cambridge University, England (left), Mathematical Bridge, Queen's College, Cambridge University, England (right).

The Cavendish Laboratory is famous for many important discoveries in Physics. The plaque commemorates one of them - the discovery of the electron.

The Mathematical Bridge links two parts of Queen's College, Cambridge, by crossing the river Cam. It was designed by William Etheridge and built in 1749. The bridge was not designed by Sir Isaac Newton, who died in 1727 - before the bridge was built.