Bankside

Up City Hall Telectroscope Shard Southwark Cathedral The Globe Founders Arms Blackfriars Bridge

 

Bankside is the area on the South of the Thames from Tower Bridge to the South Bank around Waterloo Bridge
View from the IET Building at Savoy Place. From the balcony of the Riverside Room
Tower Bridge
City Hall May/June 2008 : The Telectroscope
Hays Galleria

  

Copyright Christine Matthews and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.
"The Navigators" a moving metal sculpture by David Kemp  
London Bridge
Southwark Cathedral Borough Market
"The Clink" Door to Nando's near the Thames
Pickfords Wharf with "Golden Hinde" replica.  Detail

Built: April 1973 J. Hinks and Son [Appledore]  

Photo:  Mike Tarrant     Note another replica in Brixham Harbour
Southwark Bridge

The Globe Theatre

 
Millennium Bridge
Frost Fair : Dec 14, 2007  Stalls........ .... and enteratinment
Tate Modern
Sumner Street runs behind Tate Modern   (c.f. Sumner in Redford, Michigan)
Founder's Arms: Not a typical Good Pub Guide 2008 entry The three Blackfriar's Bridges:  Road, Old Rail (1864-1985), Rail
Blackfriars Bridge
Sea Containers House Oxo Tower
London Studios, IBM, National Theatre London Studios where I've seen recordings of several shows:
 
  QI "TV Heaven, Telly Hell" "Don't Forget The Lyrics" Have I Got News For You
  May 15, 2006 Dec 7, 2006 Feb 17, 2008 Nov 26 2010
Waterloo Bridge
   

 

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