I never get tired of London . . .

London on a Spring day a few years ago.

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London Pride written by Noel Coward after a bombing raid in 1941. He was sitting in a damaged railway station and apparently he felt a wave of sentimental pride.

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Tulips

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Soldiers of the Queen

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On duty at Horse Guards

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Big Ben

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Tower Bridge

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ANZAC war memorial after ANZAC DAY (25th April)

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Speaker’s Corner – what a great institution – this chap started off quietly and within a few minutes had quite a crowd listening to him. His subject was Christianity – he was a strong believer, and was able to out heckle any heckler without being rude to the heckler or objectionable in any way. He seemed to live his Christian beliefs.

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The Cutty Sark before the fire.

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Kensington Palace’s back garden.

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The only occupant that we could see was Mr. Squirrel

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Home James, and don’t spare the horses. The end of a beautiful day.