St Pauls Cathedral London
St. Pauls Cathedral looking up Ludgate Hill. Ludgate Hill is the highest point in London, 58 feet above sea level.
Charing Cross Railway Station London
Charing Cross railway station from the London Eye. Hungerford Bridge is in the foreground flanked on either side by the more modern Golden Jubilee Bridges which only carry foot traffic. Charing Cross is the 5th busiest railway station in London serving over 37 million people a year.
Cenotaph Whitehall London
The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. The Cenotaph in front of the Auckland War Memorial Museum is identical to the London one.
Fleet Street London
Fleet Street, London used to be the home of British newspapers, now it is the home of many law offices. The offices of The Daily Telegraph are now the London offices of investment bank Goldman Sachs.
St Katharine Docks London
St Katharine Docks is a former commercial dock in London which is now home to offices, restaurants, apartments and leisure power boats.
St Katharine Docks is a former commercial dock in London.
The Shard London
The Shard, tallest building in Europe at 1,016 feet located next to London Bridge station. Designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano it has 72 floors.
Europe's tallest building
Big Ben London
Big Ben is actually the name of the bell, the clock tower of the Palace of Westminster is actually called the Elizabeth Tower.
Natural History Museum London
The Natural History Museum in Kensington, London. A 105 replica of a dinosaur is in the main hall donated by Andrew Carnegie
St Pauls Cathedral London from Westminster Bridge over River Thames. Consecrated in 1708, designed by Sir Christopher Wren. It was the highest building in London from 1710 to 1962, the dome is 365 feet high. It is built on Ludgate Hill and just north of St. Pauls is the highest point in London.
St Pancras Railway Station London
St Pancras railway station, the greatest train station in the world, renovations finishing in 2007 at a cost of £800 million. This is now the Eurostar terminal for trains from London to Paris and the rest of Europe.
Big Ben and Westminister Abbey London
Big Ben and Westminster Abbey behind.
Horse Guards Parade London
Where the Trooping of the Colour is held every year to celebrate the Queens birthday
Houses of Parliament
River Thames, Shard, City Hall, the Walkie Talkie, the Cheese Grater & the Gherkin buildings
The Shard, London
River Thames, London
River Thames from Palace of Westminster to Charing Cross Station
The ShardCity HallWalkie TalkieCheese GraterGherkin