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    First stop chelsea,




    London bridge from the Tower of London.



    Views from London bridge




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    More views from London bridge










    On the walk back to the station


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    great photos laura, thx for sharing :)
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    Cool photos Laura! :p015:
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    What is that huge torpedo shaped building?

    Nice shots! I like the contrast between the architecture of antiquity and the modern buildings.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 34353
    What is that huge torpedo shaped building?

    Nice shots! I like the contrast between the architecture of antiquity and the modern buildings.
    found this tink


    The Gherkin, or 30 St Mary Axe to use its real name, contains the head offices of reinsurance company Swiss Re.

    It also contains a restaurant and private dining rooms on the 38th and 39th floors, and there is a private bar on the top (40th) floor for tenants and guests only.

    The building was completed in 2004 to a design by Norman (Lord) Foster. It was constructed by Swedish company Skanska.

    It occupies the site of the former Baltic Exchange building, which was hit by an IRA terrorist bomb explosion in 1992. This bombing killed three innocent people (including a child) and destroyed the building beyond repair.
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    Brings back memories of our wonderful trip last summer.





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    What lovely photos!! Thanks for sharing!




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    Thanks Mick! That's some building!






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