Continuing with our weekend trip down to London - there are many ways to see the city and I guess that each visitor returns with a very different bunch of images in their head. I have been to London perhaps thirty times - for football matches, concerts, theatre outings or simply to see friends - including my late brother Paul who resided for several years in Wood Green and later Tufnell Park, but I had never been to Greenwich on the south bank of the Thames.
Rather than waffle on as I usually do, no doubt boring everyone to death, I will instead share six more photographs with you - to give you some of the flavour of this past Sunday.
|Thin house on St James Street, Hammersmith|
|The Queen's House, Greenwich - designed by Inigo Jones.|
|Ship in a massive bottle - National Maritime Museum|
|Ian and Ruby on Greenwich Hill - admiring the view|
|Busker in the Greenwich Foot Tunnel - completed in 1902 for |
the convenience of London dock workers.
|Finally - St Pancras Station and the trip back to Sheffield. |
The statue is called "The Meeting Place" and it is thirty feet high.