Back in London
|The Houses of Parliament
Security is a serious business
|On the Strand, a building guarded by two figures, each holding a caduceus
The home of the
British Medical Society?
You get one more guess.
St. Clement's Danes
Two double decker busses hired for the wedding guests
|Will one of you please give me a little boost over this fence?
|I was informed later
that this building is the headquarters of MI5.
Yes, that MI5 !!
There are no signs on the outside. They don't want visitors.
The Imperial War Museum.
building was formerly
the Royal Bethlehem Hospital, a.k.a. 'Bedlam',
|A (non-working) replica of Lttleboy, the bomb that was dropped on Nagaski in 1945.
|Spitfire and Focke-Wulf 190, WWII
fighters. These are actual airplanes, not replicas.
|The Home Front
!!! Hundredsof them. Waiting outside Waterstone's
bookstore on Picadilly Road two whole days before the last Harry Potter
book went on sale.
Waterstone's has got to be one of the world's best bookstores — six floors of books.
Somebody important going shopping?
A couple of Palace Jags heading up Picadilly.
A video snoopmobile. Note the camera on the periscope.
July 17 I went out to Plaistow in east London to visit my cousins Anna and Kambiz.
Note the red eyes. I can't explain Anna's, but mine are red because I had been crying all day about my holidays being too short.
Only 55 days. No justice for the working man!
Mall, evening of July 19. Buckingham Palace in the distance.
The whole Mall has been closed for filming of a movie. By nine next morning everything was back to normal.
Charing Cross Road, an all-electric two seater.
The 1960 Nissan Figaro is pretty nice too, don't you think? This one, in immaculate condition, was parked outside the B&B where I stayed near Victoria Station.
|Just one more car picture...
Signs of the Apocalypse:
London Bobbies driving BMW's
|...and one more "alternate modes of transportation" picture...
|The most ecologically sound form of urban transport is : â