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Blackfriar's Bridge

Blackfriar's Bridge

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A stroll along the Southbank on the river Thames brings you to the beautiful Blackfriar's Bridge. This photograph with the beautiful clouds puts me in mind of an oil painting.

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Blackfriar's Bridge (West Side)

Blackfriar's Bridge (West Side)

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This goregous Blackfriars bridge was opened by Queen Victoria on 6 November 1869. The bridge has five cast-iron arches and was originally built by an English Civil Engineer by the name of Joseph Cubitt.

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Blackfriar's Bridge (East Side)

Blackfriar's Bridge (East Side)

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An interesting fact about Blackfriars Bridge is that it was replaced by an earlier road bridge that dated to the 1760s. The first structure was paid for by fines and by tolls exacted from its passengers.

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Blackfriar's Bridge (Side View)

Blackfriar's Bridge (Side View)

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From north to south in this photo are pairs of red pillars which used to support the original railway bridge before it was dismantled
in the 1980s. The red pillars we see today are what remains of Old Blackfriar's Railway Bridge, which was built in 1864.

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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

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The Tower Bridge is one of the most famous and picturesque landmarks in London. It was named after the Tower of London which is nearby and a must see if you are in London.

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Red Lamp Posts

Red Lamp Posts

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A unique sight you will find walking through London are these red double lamp posts. Take a beautiful stroll beneath the lights under the starry night sky.

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Man With Cigar

Man With Cigar

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Not only is there interesting architecture and old buildings in London, but you can find the most interesting people in London. This man looks like he just stepped out of a film set!

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View Of The City

View Of The City

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On a clear day, London presents one of the finest skylines in the world. You can enjoy St. Pauls on the left juxtaposed next to the modern buildings on the right.

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London Old And New

London Old And New

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London is a mix of old and new, There are so many beautiful buildings to see in London with stunning architecture. A beautiful view while out at sea. But there is also a lot of construction. All of the time!

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Southbank Lamp Post

Southbank Lamp Post

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This beautiful lamp post along the Southbank of the Thames was designed by George John Vulliamy and modelled by Charles Henry Mabey. There are several others and were based on statues of dolphins or fish with intertwined tails at the Fontana del Nettuno in the Piazza del Popolo in Rome, which was constructed in 1822–23.

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St. Paul’s Cathedral (West Front)

St. Paul’s Cathedral (West Front)

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The famous St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of London and the mother church of the Diocese of London. It sits on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the City of London. This is the west approach to it.

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St. Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul's Cathedral

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St. Paul's Cathedral has been destroyed four times throughout history, the current cathedral – designed by Christopher Wren – has lived through three centuries. Its dome is the second largest in the world at 366 feet high and contains the famous "whispering gallery" which I loved as a child.
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Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street

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Carnaby Street has been home to London fashion and the coolest folks for so long. It derives its name from Karnaby House, which was built in 1683 to the east. Today, the stores and restaurants have spilled over into the surrounding streets and the area has grown. But is is still a hot spot.

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Roupell Street Corner

Roupell Street Corner

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Roupell Street has been described by Time Out as “an impossibly handsome street of nineteenth-century workers’ cottages”. This street was first developed in the 1820s. This is the lovely bakery that I keep returning to for the most delicious cakes!

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Theed Street

Theed Street

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Theed Street features brick-built, two-storey terraced houses and is a very well-preserved and atmospheric enclave of late Georgian style. This street was developed for artisan workers by John Palmer Roupell in the 1820s. I just love the bright colored doors.

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London Street

London Street

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You may find yourself wandering down many pretty streets in London if you take some time to go off the beaten track. This one took me way back, it looks like a street out of the 1950s.

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