The Houses of Parliament is one of the sites that most people visit but few take the time to photograph the whole building from all
This area goes from Tower Bridge on the south side and travels east towards the Design Museum and Saviour’s Dock mainly along the river.
This section of the Albert Embankment runs along the south side of the River Thames between Lambeth Bridge and Westminster Bridge, and gives you some
Nelson’s Column commemorates Lord Nelson’s victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1812, and the 44 meter high column was erected in 1843 . The bronze
This is one of the areas that was covered in the earlier Waterloo to Lambeth Bridge – Photo Route A and focuses on the area
Photographing the City of London does require you to take on an explorers attitude to hunt out the sites of Old London. This is the
Trafalgar Square is one of the key site in London as is great for both a photographic venue and for exploring other parts of London.
Horse Guards Parade is one of those ‘must visit’ places in central London as it is right on the doorsteps of London’s classic sites such
Previous Route (Part 2) – ExCel to Canning Town Area – Link and Part 3 – Across London – Canning Town to South
There is so much to see and photograph between Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament, that it is easy to pass by many of
Hampton Court Palace is about 12 miles south west of London and contains some of the best Tudor architecture in Britain. It was originally built
It’s difficult to make streets look good in photographs however famous they are, but sometimes you can be lucky. The main problem is that the
The Bank area in the City of London is a major business and financial centre, ranking alongside New York City as the leading centre of
Chelsea Embankment was completed in 1874 to a design by Joseph Bazalgette, and was part of the Metropolitan Board of Works’ grand scheme to provide
Most of the area around Embankment station is land that was re-claimed from the River Thames after the construction of the Victoria Embankment in 1865.
Charing Cross is one of the main centres to explore the southern part of Central London, as it has excellent travel connections and is right
Grosvenor Square is the largest of the three Squares in Mayfair and is a short walk from Oxford Street. General Eisenhower ran the D-Day campaign
The Royal Hospital Chelsea is a retirement home and nursing home for British soldiers who are unfit for further duty due to injury or
Bloomsbury was, developed by the Russell family in the 17th and 18th centuries into a fashionable residential area. It is notable for its array of
This is one of the principal iconic sites of London Buckingham Palace is the official London residence and principal workplace of the British monarch. Located
Admiralty Arch is next to Trafalgar Square in the centre of London, and adjoins the Old Admiralty Building, hence the name. Admiralty Arch is a large