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Buckingham Palace,
Admiralty Arch (1910) office
building built by King Edward
VII in memory of Queen Victoria.
Trafalgar Square and the
foreign government houses
around it.
Nelson's monument in Trafalgar
square.  It is 170 feet high.  Nelson
faces the Fleet at Spithead.
Trafalgar Square. The yellow
building in the background is
Canada House.
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Buckingham Palace gardens.  All
of the arrangements not yet
planted.
The Horseguards parade
grounds and the Banquet Hall.
County House the local
parliament.  Under construction
on my last visit in 2001.
A few minutes for lunch and
suddenly it is pouring rain.  
Whitehall buildings.
As close as I could get to #10
Downing Street.
Tower Bridge (1894)
The Clock Tower (1854) at
Westminster.  Often called Big Ben this
is actually the name of one of the bells.
Cleopatra's Needle.  One of 3
obelisks built by Thutmose III in
1450 BC.
The Mall and Buckingham
Palace in the distance.
When I passed Buckingham
Palace the 2nd time the
gardens were being planted.
St. Paul's Cathedral which dates
from the 17th century.
Victorian homes in Belgravia.  
The Denbigh Food and Wine.
The Changing of the Guard with
the Horseguards on parade.
Bridges over the Thames.  In
order Southwark, Canon Street
and Tower Bridge.
Abandoned Battersea Power
Station.
Admiralty Arch from The Mall.
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Spitfire Mark 1A and the
Thunderbird missile.  The bus  was
used as an ambulance in WWI.
Mark II Matilda tank from WWII
German one-man Biber Class
mini-sub.
Sopwith Camel 2F1 (Navy
version)
M3 Grant Tank (Monty).
BE2C reconnaissance aircraft.
Sopwith Camel flies toward a
Royal Navy Polaris.  The jet is a
WWII HE162 "Salamander".
Tanks in order are a Daimler
armoured car, a T34 Russian
battletank and a Jagdpanther
self-propelled gun.
FW190 and the infamous V2
Rocket.
The Mustang above a Spitfire
and the FW190.
The Museum grounds and the WWI
era 15 inch guns from the
Battleships Sovereign and Repulse.
HMS Belfast's 6 inch guns of the
A and B turrents.  The Cruiser is
part of the Imperial War museum.
The WWI era Mark V tank one of
the more mass produced
versions.
Postcard recreating a WWI poster
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