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Westminster Bridge
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
River Thames, London, SE1 7

London at Night, Panorama 2
This bridge was esteemed one of the most complete and elegant structures of the kind in the world. It is built entirely of stone, and extends over the river at a place where it is 1,223 feet broad, which is above 300 fee...   more

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Leicester Square
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Swiss Court, (at Leicester Square), London, WC2H

Rowan Atkinson / Mr Bean
Leicester Square (London) - ... pedestrianised area can seem like one big, youthful party. It wasn't always like this. Before the local council's long-awaited clean-up of Leicester Square in 1993, many locals avoided the...   more

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Lambeth Bridge
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Westminster and Lambeth, London, SW1 and SE1

Lambeth Bridge London: From Westminster Bridge
The bridge originally charged a toll but in 1879 these were abolished. By this time the bridge had rusted and had become unsafe and in 1887 major repairs had to be carried out. The decision to rebuild the bridge was take...   more

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Queens Park
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Egremont Place, Hanover, Brighton, BN2 2GA

Tracking into  Peter
Queen's park is off Queens Park Road in Brighton, It is easy to get to on foot from the city centre or from the seafront. It is a lovely place to idle away a saturday afternoon. The park is well maintained and there is a...   more

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West Pier
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FL

Welcome home
West Pier was built in 1866. It was developped by Eugenius Birch. Originally the West Pier had an open deck with only six small ornamental houses of oriental design, two toll houses and glass screens at the pier head to ...   more

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Trooping the Colour
Category: Activities + Sightseeing + Tours
Horse Guards Parade, (Whitehall), London, SW1

People
We had the pleasure of seeing the dress rehearsal for this event. The Phaeton carriage, which was used by Queen Victoria and now carries Queen Elizabeth II, rides empty during these rehearsals with a card in the seat of ...   more

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South Downs
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Park stretches from Eastbourne to Winchester in Hampshire, Brighton, BN

Brighton Earthship Front / Left Elevation
Passing the church, the path meets the junction with the A273 and the least pleasant part of the walk, as it crosses the main A23 into Brighton. The South Downs Way continues left, over the bridge, and then turns left ag...   more

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Victoria Park
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Old Ford Road, London, E3 5SX

Jamiroquai - Jay Kay
One of London’s best kept secrets, Victoria Park is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon. Inside the park's boundaries countless varieties of trees stripe the skyline: oaks, horse chestnuts, cherries, hawthorns ...   more

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Sprite Urban Games
Category: Activities + Sightseeing + Tours
Clapham Common, London, SW11

Donít forget the riders dropping in and throwing inverted trickery on the 12ft vert ramp as this is probably the best collection of riders you will see in the country all year. Thereís both skate and BMX on the vert and ...   more

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Battersea Park
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Between Albert Bridge and Chelsea Bridge, South of River Thames, London, SW11 4NJ

London Sunset #1
Plenty happens at this royal park, opened in 1859 by Queen Victoria - there are funfairs on bank holidays, tennis courts, a boating lake, a children's zoo, playgrounds, bicycle tracks and a cafe. It's a lovely place to c...   more

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