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Camden Market, London. I LOVED it here. One of my fav. places in London. Just wish I'd gone there more often.

Camden Market, London. I LOVED it here. One of my fav. places in London. Just wish I'd gone there more often.

The Kindertransport Statue, Liverpool Street Station, London. Commemorates the transportation of endangered jewish children.

The Kindertransport Statue, Liverpool Street Station, London. Commemorates the transportation of endangered jewish children.

Sir John Betjeman was British Poet Laureate from 1972 to 1984. A lover of Victorian architecture he campaigned vigorously in the 1960s against the proposed demolition of St. Pancras station. Beneath him reads "John Betjeman 1906-1984, poet, who saved this glorious station" :D http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Betjeman

Sir John Betjeman was British Poet Laureate from 1972 to 1984. A lover of Victorian architecture he campaigned vigorously in the 1960s against the proposed demolition of St. Pancras station. Beneath him reads "John Betjeman 1906-1984, poet, who saved this glorious station" :D http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Betjeman

London Calling: The Ballerina of Covent Garden, London ~ House of Beccaria

London Calling: The Ballerina of Covent Garden, London ~ House of Beccaria

This photograph is from the statue commentating the Suitcase Kindertransport in the aptly named Hope Square outside Liverpool Station in East London.

This photograph is from the statue commentating the Suitcase Kindertransport in the aptly named Hope Square outside Liverpool Station in East London.

Horse Tunnel Market - Camden, London - by Maroba, via Flickr. Love this place ! - Life And Shape

Horse Tunnel Market - Camden, London - by Maroba, via Flickr. Love this place ! - Life And Shape

"The Meeting Place" statue at the St. Pancras international railway station in Camden, England. Built to celebrate the train station that now allows a train to travel through the chunnel to France.

"The Meeting Place" statue at the St. Pancras international railway station in Camden, England. Built to celebrate the train station that now allows a train to travel through the chunnel to France.

Monumental Children Return to Meet Their Saviour at Liverpool Street Station, central London :(

Monumental Children Return to Meet Their Saviour at Liverpool Street Station, central London :(

Animals in War Memorial, Brook Gate, Park Lane, London W1 tribute to all the animals that served, suffered and died alongside the British and Allied forces in the wars and conflicts of the 20th century.

Animals in War Memorial, Brook Gate, Park Lane, London W1 tribute to all the animals that served, suffered and died alongside the British and Allied forces in the wars and conflicts of the 20th century.

The latest memorial in London - The Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park ... quite simply ... stunning.

The latest memorial in London - The Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park ... quite simply ... stunning.

17 Gough Square, London, was the home of Dr Samuel Johnson (1709-1784), which he shared w/ his much loved cat, Hodge. Not many cats have a statue erected in their honor, but opposite the house, which is now a museum, stands a charming bronze of this famous 18 c. feline. Dr. Johnson lived in the house for 11 years, & it was here that he produced the dictionary for which he is famous. Like many writers, he had a fondness for cats. Hodge kept him company as he labored on his mammoth task for…

17 Gough Square, London, was the home of Dr Samuel Johnson (1709-1784), which he shared w/ his much loved cat, Hodge. Not many cats have a statue erected in their honor, but opposite the house, which is now a museum, stands a charming bronze of this famous 18 c. feline. Dr. Johnson lived in the house for 11 years, & it was here that he produced the dictionary for which he is famous. Like many writers, he had a fondness for cats. Hodge kept him company as he labored on his mammoth task for…

The Bomber Command Memorial, unveiled June 2012, commemorates 55,573 who died serving in Bomber Command during WWII. Located in Green Park along Piccadilly (closest tube, Hyde Park Corner). The Bomber Command Memorial was designed by architect Liam O'Connor & built using Portland stone. Within the memorial are the bronze sculptures of a Bomber Command aircrew.

The Bomber Command Memorial, unveiled June 2012, commemorates 55,573 who died serving in Bomber Command during WWII. Located in Green Park along Piccadilly (closest tube, Hyde Park Corner). The Bomber Command Memorial was designed by architect Liam O'Connor & built using Portland stone. Within the memorial are the bronze sculptures of a Bomber Command aircrew.


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The Kindertransport statue at Liverpool Street Station, London -- It depicts a group of unaccompanied Jewish children arriving in Britain from Czechoslovakia, just ahead of Nazipersecution. an appreciation by Talking Beautiful Stuff

The Kindertransport statue at Liverpool Street Station, London -- It depicts a group of unaccompanied Jewish children arriving in Britain from Czechoslovakia, just ahead of Nazipersecution. an appreciation by Talking Beautiful Stuff

Sir Nicholas Winton. Flor Kent’s much admired sculpture “Fur Das Kind” at Liverpool Street Station, London. These two haunting figures are a memorial to the WWII Kindertransport rescue of children, partly made possible by Sir Nicholas Winton’s  missions, during which 669 children of mostly Jewish origin were saved.

Sir Nicholas Winton. Flor Kent’s much admired sculpture “Fur Das Kind” at Liverpool Street Station, London. These two haunting figures are a memorial to the WWII Kindertransport rescue of children, partly made possible by Sir Nicholas Winton’s missions, during which 669 children of mostly Jewish origin were saved.

This photograph is from the statue commentating the Suitcase Kindertransport in the aptly named Hope Square outside Liverpool Station in East London.

This photograph is from the statue commentating the Suitcase Kindertransport in the aptly named Hope Square outside Liverpool Station in East London.

The statue named "The Emigrants" that stands along the shore of the River Mersey in Liverpool, England.  It commemorates the spot where many Mormons took ship to America in the 1800's. DUNHAVEN PLACE: Liverpool, the Beatles, Strawberry Fields (Forever), Penny Lane, the Cavern Club and the Beautiful River Mersey

The statue named "The Emigrants" that stands along the shore of the River Mersey in Liverpool, England. It commemorates the spot where many Mormons took ship to America in the 1800's. DUNHAVEN PLACE: Liverpool, the Beatles, Strawberry Fields (Forever), Penny Lane, the Cavern Club and the Beautiful River Mersey

Dr. Johnson’s cat in Gough Square in London. Image: Elliott Brown

Dr. Johnson’s cat in Gough Square in London. Image: Elliott Brown

"The Meeting Place" by Paul Day - St Pancras railway station - London Every station should have a statue like this!

"The Meeting Place" by Paul Day - St Pancras railway station - London Every station should have a statue like this!

The Lancaster lets off a stream of red poppies over the London park. The famous plane flew more than 156,000 sorties in World War Two.

Lancaster drops payload of poppies as Queen unveils Bomber Command memorial

The Lancaster lets off a stream of red poppies over the London park. The famous plane flew more than 156,000 sorties in World War Two.

RAF Lancaster - returning home :: Airfix model kit art, Illustrated by Roy Cross

RAF Lancaster - returning home :: Airfix model kit art, Illustrated by Roy Cross