The London Eye ferris wheel.
Big Ben and the houses of Parliament.
London Taxi cab.
Sunset at Hyde Park, London.
This is in the Cabinet War Rooms - where Churchill and the top UK officials rules the country during the London Blitz in World War II.
Behind this door was the telephone room, which Churchill used to communicate directly with US President FDR.
This long tunnel was excavated out of concrete laid to protect against bomb blasts. At the end of the tunnel is the map room.
This is a statue of the cat that belonged to Samuel Johnson, creator of the first English dictionary.
An imperial pint of wheat beer.
All the pint (imperial) and half pint glasses are certified.
This is inside the turbine hall of the Tate Modern (modern art museum). The building used to be an old power generating station.
Ah, the imperial Pint.
This guard at the British Museum was totally napping.
Newton measuring the Earth at the British Library.
Long exposure fountain at the British Library. I actually managed to handhold this - 2 seconds! You can see people walking down the stairs and along the walk. I did prop my elbows and brace very carefully, though.
At the RAF museum. Look at the air intake. This aircraft did not receive much use during the war, since it came too late. It was used for towing practice targets, hence the orange underbelly to differentiate it from the targets!
Hawker-Siddely Harrier "jump jet."
This is a promotion for the new Simpsons movie. But I was surprised to find it in Keswick, UK.