"Little Ben" It’s only 6 metres high and tends to be unnoticed.  it is outside Victoria station, at the intersection of Vauxhall Bridge Road and Victoria Street, and was erected in 1892. Big Ben, its big brother, is to be found at the other end of Victoria Street, 15 minutes away.

"Little Ben" It’s only 6 metres high. Victoria station, at the intersection of Vauxhall Bridge Road and Victoria Street. "Big Ben" Victoria Street, 15 minutes away.

This is Warren Mews in the Fitzrovia neighborhood of Central London. Fitzrovia is just north of Soho. Awesome neighborhood... pubs, restaurants, galleries, all hidden in back alleys... like a lot of places in London. The best parts of London, and the most magical are off the tourist track, in the back alleys.

Cobblestone street London - Mews were the alley entrances to stables for horses/carriages behind the large houses. Converted to separate homes now.

British Museum, London, UK

UK - London - Bloomsbury: British Museum - Queen Elizabeth II Great Court at The British Museum, London, wonderful place to visit

London Tube

London Underground London Underground (LU) carries more than one billion passengers a year, as many as the entire National Rail network.

Natural History Museum, London, England

Entrance Hall to the Natural History Museum, London. Romanesque Revival but with modern materials and structures such as terracotta and striking steel ribs to the roof. All decorated with natural imagery. Such beautiful architecture!

Charing Cross is officially recognized as the centre of London. A plaque marks the spot at the top of Whitehall, at the south of Trafalgar Square. The plaque reads: "On the site now occupied by the statue of King Charles I was erected the original Queen Eleanor's cross, a replica of which stands in front of Charing Cross station. Mileages from London are measured from the site of the original cross." L. Hickey

Charles I statue in Trafalgar Square showing original Charing Cross location - © Laura Porter

BT TOWER | FITZROVIA | CITY OF WESTMINSTER | LONDON | ENGLAND: *Former Names: London Telecom Tower; British Telecom Tower; Post Office Tower* Photo: Post Office Tower 1982

Post Office Tower 1982 - once went to a Japan Airways/SAS presentation in the base of the Tower in The saki we imbibed with impunity inside the warm room suddenly hit us when we emerged into the cold February evening air !

London launderette. I like a launderette afternoon, washing the big duvets and pillows, having a few hours surrounded by soap scents.

I like a launderette afternoon, washing the big duvets and pillows, having a few hours surrounded by soap scents.

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