27 March 2007 • An atmospheric view of the old front of Staple Inn, in Holborn, on a misty morning. The gabled front dates from the 16th century but it was all taken down in 1928 and rebuilt to repair damage to the timbers.
29 August 2005 • The Great Hall, built by Edward IV in the 1470s, suffered decades of neglect but is now to be seen in all its splendour.
29 August 2005 • Standing in the Court Yard near the entrance to Eltham Palace is the Lord Chancellor’s house built in grand Tudor style.
29 August 2005 • When inside the grounds of Eltham Palace, there are remarkable views across London. The most surprising view is that of the arch at Wembley Stadium seen through the MIllennium Wheel. To its right can be seen the large white building erected as the Shell Centre. The top of Big Ben’s tower can just be seen on the far left. At the far right can be seen part of the curved roof of Embankment Place, built over Charing Cross Station.
3 October 2006 • View of the front of the original station and also the adjoining St Pancras Station. The grade I listed building had a face-lift prior to the reopening of the original station as the London terminus of the Eurostar trains. The old hotel, which had stood unused for years and was in a poor state of repair, was also renovated for use as a hotel once more.
3 October 2006 • The highly decorative roofline of St Pancras Hotel seen from a distance along Euston Road.
12 May 2008 • Looking across Dean’s Yard at the twin towers and south side of the nave. The large lawn is a tranquil site away from the noise and bustle of the endless traffic to be found around Parliament Square.
12 May 2008 • The highly decorated Henry VII’s Chapel which is situated at the extreme eastern end of the abbey. The chapel stands just south of Parliament Square.
6 June 2016 • Looking west towards Southwark Bridge beside the large travelling crane that loads containers onto lighters moored beside Walbrook Dock. The dock – now filled in – is used to store rubbish from the City of London which is packed into containers before being taken downriver by lighters to Essex for disposal.