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Pictures of London and England

Photographs of the Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh, “Big Ben”, the Houses of Parliament, Victoria Tower, Whitehall Palace, Tower Bridge, Saint Paul’s Cathedral, the Chapter House, Waterloo Barracks, Tower of London, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Neal’s Yard, Sega World, Trocadero, Piccadilly Circus, Greenwich Observatory, the Greenwich Observatory, the Natural History Museum, Saint Katherine’s Dock, Dickens’ Inn, the London Transportation Museum, the Grand Union Canal, Virginia Woolf’s house, Saint Pancras Station, Winchester Cathedral, and Cornwall, by photographer David Henry. Regardez cette page en français

All of these pictures are available as high-resolution TIFF image files, and naturally, any of these pictures can be converted to black and white. Many others were taken at each photo shoot, so there are plenty of other choices if you don’t see exactly what you are looking for…

The western façade of the Balmoral Hotel on Princes Mall. In the background are the Dugald Stewart Monument, the Nelson Monument, the National Monument, the Waverly train station, and Hollyrood Park.

The Balmoral in Edinburgh, seen from the Scott Monument

The western façade of John Knox’s House on the Royal Mile. The building is an icon of historic Edinburgh, houses the Scottish Storytelling Centre, and sports the slogan: “Lufe God abufe al and yi nychtbour as yi self” (Love God above all and your neighbor as yourself).

The John Knox House in Edinburgh

The Westminster Clock Tower containing “Big Ben” with the Houses of Parliament, built between 1840 and 1888.

Big Ben, behind the houses of Parliament

The Great Clock of Westminster, known worldwide as Big Ben.

Big Ben, the clock in Victoria Tower

One of the façades of the Houses of Parliament, London

The Houses of Parliament in London

A mounted trooper guards the passage to the Horse Guards Parade, a wide graveled space inside the Whitehall Palace complex.

A guard on horseback at Whitehall Palace

Tower Bridge, designed by Sir Horace Jones, soon became a symbol of London after its completion in 1894.

Tower Bridge in London

The north side of Saint Paul’s Cathedral’s dome, seen from Paternoster Square. Rising 365 feet above Saint Paul’s Churchyard, the dome of Cathedral Church of St Paul the Apostle made the edifice the tallest in London from 1710 to 1962.

The dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London

Built around 1250 by Royal Masons, the Chapter House was used by Benedictine monks for their daily meetings

Westminster Abbey’s Chapter House

The Jewel House in Waterloo Barracks, in the inner ward of the Tower of London.

The Waterloo Barracks, inside the Tower of London

The British Crown Jewels have been on public display since the 17th century in the Tower of London. The collection is now exhibited in the Waterloo Barracks.

Tower of London’s Waterloo Block

The collection of post-classical European sculpture at the Victoria and Albert Museum is the most comprehensive in the world.

Sculpture on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum

A visitor peruses some sculptures at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London

Sculptures at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Neal’s Yard is lined with boutiques housed in former warehouses.

Neal’s Yard

Sega World, in London’s Trocadero shopping centre.

Inside Sega World, Piccadilly Circus

Greenwich Observatory, near London

Arcades linking buildings in Greenwich Observatory complex

The arched entrance to the Natural History Museum, London

Sculpted columns of the Natural History Museum’s entrance

A yacht in Saint Katherine’s Dock in London.

Gourmet water transport at Saint Katherine’s Dock

One of the restaurant-pubs at Katherine’s Dock, Dickens’ Inn, London

The Dickens’ Inn at Katherine’s Dock

Trams and trolleybuses, all dating from the first half of the twentieth century, on display at the London Transportation Museum.

Electrically-powered public transport at the London Transport Museum

The Feng Shang Chinese floating restaurant, moored in Cumberland Basin not far from the Camden locks.

A Chinese restaurant floating in the Grand Union Canal

The house where Virginia Woolf lived in London, from 1907 to 1911.

Virginia Woolf’s house in London

A typical Londinian phone booth.

A public phone booth in London

A woman walking past a general information sign in Saint Pancras Station indicating that there is no information available.

An information sign in the London Tube

The western façade and main entrance to Winchester Cathedral, the longest Gothic church in Europe.

The façade of Winchester Cathedral

A summer vacationing couple walking in front of the London Inn in Cornwall.

The London Inn in Cornwall

Wild thistles in the Cornwall countryside.

Thistles in the Cornish countryside

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