Category Archives: history


St Pancras Railway Station, London

The scale of this incredible London iconic listed building can only be appreciated from this angle on Euston Road. A wonderful example of Gothic Revival architecture.

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Tower Hill Memorial, London

I recently visited the Tower Hill Memorial, which commemorates those Merchant Seamen and fishing fleet crews lost at sea in WW1 and WW2. This is the WW2 section.

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St Andrew Undershaft Church and The Scalpel

Walking around Leadenhall Street and the City of London, I’m struck by the contrast of old and new. Old narrow streets and alleyways with modern skyscrapers looming over them. A good example is St Andrew […]

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Hay’s Galleria, Southwark, South Bank, London

Walking through Hay’s Galleria, London in the early morning and never noticed the curve in the background. I checked an old map of London and saw it retained the same shape as the old Hay’s […]

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