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antony Matthew atkinson | A London Red Pillar Box

A London Red Pillar Box

A London and its Red PiLillar box are all over its city. Although the red pillar box can still be found in other parts it is more iconic of a symbol within London itself
antony Matthew atkinson | London Tower Bridge

London Tower Bridge

London and the Tower Bridge, London's tower bridge sits in the river Thames and over looks the Tower of London and is close to HMS Belfast a second world war ship that sits in the harbour and is open to visitors. The Tower Bridge is one of London's oldest Swing bridges and lifts to allow shipping to pass through
antony Matthew atkinson | A Londons Traditional Red Double Decker Bus

A Londons Traditional Red Double Decker Bus

London's Transport Red Bus was first London's General bus service before in 1933 the traditional Red Bus was synonymous with London's Transport and from there it has stood, along with the traditional British Red Pillar box and Red Telephone Box all have stood time and has given Britain its Bright red colour. There are many forms of bus transport but the most iconic is that of the double decker. The first commercial horse-drawn double-decker omnibuses were introduced in England in 1847 by Adams & Co. of Fairfield, Bow, then improved upon by John Greenwood, who introduced a new double-decker in 1852.
antony Matthew atkinson | Charley Chaplin in London

Charley Chaplin in London

Charley Chaplin Statue sits in Leceister Square in London along with the bright lights and theatres the statue shows the stars that once walked there over the years.
antony Matthew atkinson | Westminister Cathedral

Westminister Cathedral

The Westminster Cathedral is situated just down from Victoria Station and Buckingham Palace. Such a lovely Cathedral build in 1895.
antony Matthew atkinson | China Town Leciester Square

China Town Leciester Square

Always lovely to go visit Leciester Square at night always full of life with its china town and theatres and soho. took this shot at the gates entrance to china town.
antony Matthew atkinson | Leceister Square

Leceister Square

Viewed this whilst walking through Leciester Square it marks the 700th anniversary of the swiss confederation and stand as a monument in Leceister Square to them
antony Matthew atkinson | Admirality Arch

Admirality Arch

Took this photo whilst walking towards Trafalgar Square and towards Leciester Square, Just before passing under the Admiralty Arch down from the Mile and Buckingham Palace.
antony Matthew atkinson | Londons Double Decker Bus

Londons Double Decker Bus

London's Transport Red Bus was first London's General bus service before in 1933 the traditional Red Bus was synonymous with London's Transport and from there it has stood, along with the traditional British Red Pillar box and Red Telephone Box all have stood time and has given Britain its Bright red colour. There are many forms of bus transport but the most iconic is that of the double decker. The first commercial horse-drawn double-decker omnibuses were introduced in England in 1847 by Adams & Co. of Fairfield, Bow, then improved upon by John Greenwood, who introduced a new double-decker in 1852.
antony Matthew atkinson | An Urban Architecture

An Urban Architecture

As London is the second largest capital in Europe. London has some strong urban qualities with there building standing out from it inner cities, many other European capitals follow suite with Londons simple but most effective approach to urban development.
antony Matthew atkinson | Aha Buckingham palace Said Alice

Aha Buckingham palace Said Alice

Took this whilst walking past Buckingham Palace just down from Victoria Station and towards the Mile and Trafalgar Square.
antony Matthew atkinson | London Victoria

London Victoria

London Victoria or Victoria Station as it is better known is the central station within London serving Westminster. London's Transport Red Bus was first London's General bus service before in 1933 the traditional Red Bus was synonymous with London's Transport and from there it has stood, along with the traditional British Red Pillar box and Red Telephone Box all have stood time and has given Britain its Bright red colour. There are many forms of bus transport but the most iconic is that of the double decker. The first commercial horse-drawn double-decker omnibuses were introduced in England in 1847 by Adams & Co. of Fairfield, Bow, then improved upon by John Greenwood, who introduced a new double-decker in 1852.
antony Matthew atkinson | London Works

London Works

Whilst walking around Leciester Square I came across some road works along the way, they were cordoned off so no one would or could get hurt, on the boarding were theses London House Guards. Took the photo thinking it would make a lovely shot.
antony Matthew atkinson | Leciester Square in London

Leciester Square in London

Took this photo whilst out and about round Leciseter Square, been there loads of time spent many a night in Leceister Square with its Star Studdied Red carpet and China Town not to mention Soho.
antony Matthew atkinson | National History Museum in London

National History Museum in London

The national History Museum In London is home to many different species and it holds a very significate historical array of species of animal, plant and organisms that are no longer found on our planet. Such works as Charles Darwin and captain Cook all have contributed to building the foundations towards preservation of such a museum. I thank the National History Museum for letting myself photograph and use the photos I had taken for commercial purposes.
antony Matthew atkinson | Architecture of the National History Museum

Architecture of the National History Museum

Inside the great national History Museum a building designed to let in as much natural light a building designed to show off each and every exhibit to the best of its ability, housing works such as Charles Darwin and James Cook. I would like to thank the NHM giving permission to photograph and use commercially photos that I have taken within the Museum.
antony Matthew atkinson | National History Museum London

National History Museum London

The national History Museum In London is home to many different species and it holds a very significate historical array of species of animal, plant and organisms that are no longer found on our planet. Such works as Charles Darwin and captain Cook all have contributed to building the foundations towards preservation of such a museum. I thank the National History Museum for letting myself photograph and use the photos I had taken for commercial purposes.