Piccadilly Circus, 1949

this is a landscape photo of Piccadilly Circus, 1949 and i like it for the dull colours and scenery

Sculpture of Sherlock Holmes, the Great Detective, City of Westminster, London, ENGLAND

Sherlock Holmes, the Great Detective, City of Westminster, London, England. This statue is right on Baker Street as you emerge from the Tube station. ----- I did not see this the other day when I went to Baker Street.

Tea at the ritz, London. this was the loveliest tearoom and the food was exceptional!

Afternoon tea at the ritz, London. this was the loveliest tearoom and the food was exceptional!

Kings library @ the British Library

The King’s Library, British Library, St Pancras, London by Chris John Beckett (And you thought NY was the biggest) :)

Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden

Streetside Cafe on Neal's Yard, London 'Given the invitation and the players involved, this seemed as safe a place to meet as any,' Martin Daniels.

Sky Garden in London - a public garden on the 35th floor of the Walkie Talkie building in London with spectacular views. And it's free to visit!

Sky Garden

The Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street, London spans three floors and offers uninterrupted views across the City of London.

The Ten Bells Pub, London

Inside The Ten Bells pub, London. The Ten Bells pub is where Jack the Ripper's victims went for a drink.

Afternoon Tea at Bill's Restaurant in Covent Garden, London

Bill's Restaurant in Covent Garden

Afternoon Tea at Bill's Restaurant in Covent Garden, London Manny August FitzStephen Bono

inside Big Ben, the massive clock tower of the Palace at Westminster (aka Houses of Parliament)

Behind one of the glass faces of Big Ben, in the clock tower at the Palace of Westminster, London (Vintage Photography)

Vintage London Underground Poster

The lure of the Underground, by Alfred Leete, 1927 - Poster Art London Underground's Greatest Designs. A major exhibition at London Transport Museum opening on 15 February 2013 in celebration of anniversary of the Underground.

10 Hyde Park Place, smallest house in London c 1905

In the middle was the smallest house in London, 10 Hyde Park Place. It was hit by a bomb in during World War

A view of the River Thames as it winds through London. You can see the loop of The Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf, the Thames Barrier, then away towards the QEII bridge at Dartford where the river widens out and becomes the Thames Estuary.

River Thames, UK - Someone wrote they once floated this river for a couple hours after watching a Shakespeare play. Perfect London experience :) I didn't know you could do that!

London Underground’s ‘Piccadilly Line: Above Ground’ map Made by Eye magazine

London Underground’s ‘Piccadilly Line: Above Ground’ map by Eye magazine

Carnaby Street 1960s #6

Carnaby Street 1960s #6

A close up, Saffron hill Rookery 1870's. No wonder Dickens chose this site for Fagin's den. spot the 2 kids hiding.

Joe Flanagan on

Photographs Dickens’s Victorian London Oxford Arms around a typical example of a galleried inn and finally demolished in 1876

The street art of Wartime London, 1941.

Street Art: In wartime London, 1941

Pinterest
Search