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Barred - The Old Bailey - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 10)

On the dome above Britain’s Central Criminal Court, the ‘Old Bailey’, is a statue of Justitia - Lady Justice. Justitia is often depicted with a set of weighing scales held in her left hand, upon which she, Lady Justice, measures the strengths of a case's support and opposition. In her right hand she holds a double-edged sword. This symbolizes the power of ‘Reason and Justice’ and may be wielded either for or against any party. The statue was the creation of British and London born sculptor Frederick William Pomeroy RA (1856-1924). The ‘Old Bailey’ is located in the City of London, England.

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Behind Bars - The Old Bailey - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 8)

The 'Old Bailey' is the name often referred to Britain's Central Criminal Court which is located in the City of London. On the dome above the court is a statue of Justitia - Lady Justice. Justitia is often depicted with a set of weighing scales held in her left hand, upon which she, Lady Justice, measures the strengths of a case's support and opposition. In her right hand she holds a double-edged sword. This symbolizes the power of ‘Reason and Justice’ and may be wielded either for or against any party.

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Big Ben and Boudica - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m1 8 )

The statue of Queen Boudica is located in England along London's River Thames embankment. It was Queen Victoria’s husband,Prince Albert, who commissioned the statue of Queen Boudica which today stands up to 'Big Ben'.

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Big Ben Faces the Horse - (UK London BPM 2 File 2 m1 9)

Queen Boudica's statue is located in London, England close to 'Big Ben' and the Houses of Parliament. Boudica was born in 30 AD in South East England. She became Queen of Ancient Briton and led a rebellion against the Roman occupiers.

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Towewr Bridge Barred - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 23)

Tower Bridge is located in London, England. It was built between 1886 and 1894. Tower Bridge is a combination of bascule and ‘suspension’ bridge

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Busing Over The River Thames- Tower Bridge - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 22 )

Tower Bridge crosses the River Thames in London, England. It is located in close proximity to the Tower of London.

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Crossing The Thames - Tower Bridge - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 21)

Tower Bridge which crosses the River Thames has become one of London’s principal landmarks. Tower Bridge is sometimes referred to as London Bridge, but London Bridge is actually the next bridge up the River Thames.

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Eyeing Up Big Ben - (UK London BPM 2 File 2 m1 21)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England The London Eye stands at a height of 135 metres and is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe. It was formally opened on 31st December 1999 by the then Prime Minister, Mr. Tony Blair, but due to technical problems it was not opened to the public until March 2000. Since its opening the London Eye has become a major London landmark and tourist attraction. By July 2002 8.5 million people had ridden onboard the London Eye. Then on the 5th June 2008 it was revealed that 30 million people had ridden the London Eye since it opened in March 2000. Big Ben has become the name recognised to describe the whole structure - the tower, the bell and the clock. ‘Big Ben’ is located on the north bank of the River Thames at the north-eastern end of the Palace of Westminster (the Houses of Parliament) in London, England. ‘Big Ben’ celebrated its 150th anniversary in May 2009

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Eye's Over London - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 7 )

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. Located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England, it has become a major London landmark and tourist attraction. The London Eye stands at a height of 135 metres (443 ft) and is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe. The London Eye has 32 air-conditioned passenger capsules each of which represent one of the London Boroughs. One capsule can accommodate up to 25 people. Seating is provided, but people are free to walk around inside the capsules to take in the panoramic views.

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Eye's Over the Roof Tops - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m1 22)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England The London Eye is 135 metres or 443 feet tall and is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe. By the time the London Eye was erected, in 1999, it was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, but that was until May 2006 when the 160 metre Star of Nanchang arrived. Then on 11th February 2008 came the Singapore Flyer at 165 metres. The London Eye was formally opened on 31st December 1999 by the then Prime Minister, Mr. Tony Blair, but was not opened to the public until March 2000 due to technical difficulties. Since its opening, the London Eye has become a major London landmark and tourist attraction visited by over three million people in one year.

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Eye's Up In The Air - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 4 )

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England The London Eye stands at a height of 135 metres and is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe. Visited by over three million people in one year.

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Eye's Up - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 5 )

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England Each capsule can carry up to 25 people in air conditioned comfort. Seating is provided, but people are also free to walk around inside the capsules The London Eye rotates at a mere 26 cm per second, about 0.9 km/h or 0.6 mph. With one revolution taking approximately 30 minutes to complete. With such a slow rotation rate the wheel does not usually stop for passengers as they can walk safely on and off the moving capsules at ground level without a problem. It does stop though to allow disabled or elderly passengers time to embark and disembark safely.

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One Eye - (UK London BPM 2 File 2 m2 6)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It has 32 passenger carrying capsules each representing one of the 32 London Boroughs. The capsules are air conditioned, each one weighs 10 tonne and able to hold up to 25 people. Seating is provided, but people are also free to walk around inside the capsules. The London Eye is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England

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Segmented Eye - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 2 )

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. Located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England, the London Eye stands at a height of 135 metres and by the time the London Eye was erected, in 1999, it was the tallest Ferris Wheel in the world. Then it was superseded by the Star of Nanchang in May 2006 built to a height of 160 metres and then on 11th February 2008 came the Singapore Flyer at 165 metres. That being said some say it is 'the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel' - the entire structure is supported by an A-frame on one side only.

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London Eye - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 1)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. Located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England, the London Eye stands at a height of 135 metres and by the time the London Eye was erected, in 1999, it was the tallest Ferris Wheel in the world. Then it was superseded by the Star of Nanchang in May 2006 built to a height of 160 metres and then on 11th February 2008 came the Singapore Flyer at 165 metres.

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Houses of Parliament London - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m1 1)

The Houses of Parliament are also known as the Palace of Westminster and along with ‘Big Ben’ they are located on the north bank of the River Thames in London England. 'Big Ben' is situated at the north-eastern end of the the complex. The old Palace of Westminster was destroyed by fire on the night of 22 October 1834. Charles Barry was the chief architect of the new Palace of Westminster which he designed in a Neo-Gothic style.

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Imposing Figure - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m1 4)

The imposing figure of 'Big Ben' as it dominates some of London's buildings. Symbolic to Great Britain ‘Big Ben’ is recognised as being one of the world's most famous tourist attractions. ‘Big Ben’ is located on the north bank of the River Thames at the north-eastern end of the Palace of Westminster (the Houses of Parliament) in London, England.

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Keeping in Time - (UK London BPM 2 File 2 m1 19 )

'Big Ben' is located in Westminster, London, Enland. Symbolic to Great Britain‘Big Ben’ is recognised as being one of the world's most famous tourist attractions, ‘Big Ben’ celebrated its 150th anniversary in May 2009 The 12-foot bronze statue of Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, 1874 to 1965, stands on top of an 8-foot plinth facings east towards 'Big Ben'

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Off to the Office - (UK London BPM 2 File 2 m1 17)

The statue of Sir Winston Churchill is dwarfed by the towering structure of Big Ben - London England. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was one of Britain's best known Prime Minister's He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953 for his work on English and World History.

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Looking Over The Houses of Parliament - (UK London BPM 2 File 2 m1 18 )

The imposing silhouette of Sir Winston Churchill's statue dominates Victoria Tower at the Palace of Westminster - London England. Named after Queen Victoria, the Victoria Tower is the tallest tower in the Palace of Westminster - 98.5 metres, 325 feet. The top of the tower is adorned with a iron flagstaff. The 12-foot bronze statue of Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, 1874 to 1965, stands on top of an 8-foot plinth. Sir Winston Churchill remains one of the United Kingdom's best known Prime Ministers.

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Leading to Big Ben - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m1 5)

Flowers in Parliament Square lead the way to 'Big Ben' - London, England. Parliament Square was laid out in 1868. It became Britain's first official round-about in 1926.

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Through the Gates to Big Ben - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m1 6)

Symbolic to Great Britain ‘Big Ben’ is recognised as being one of the world's most famous tourist attractions. ‘Big Ben’ is located on the north bank of the River Thames at the north-eastern end of the Palace of Westminster, the Houses of Parliament, in London England. ‘Big Ben’ celebrated its 150th anniversary in May 2009

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The Faces of Big Ben - (UK London BPM 2 File 2 m1 7)

‘Big Ben’ is located on the north bank of the River Thames at the north-eastern end of the Palace of Westminster, the Houses of Parliament, in London England. It is said to be the largest four-faced chiming clock in the world. ‘Big Ben’ celebrated its 150th anniversary in May 2009

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Safe Keeping - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 15)

The daunting looking Tower of London. The Tower of London is located on the north bank of the River Thames close to Tower Bridge in London England. The Tower of London is a major tourist attraction with excess of two million visitors per annum. The Tower of London is now by and large a museum relating to its former history. The Crown Jewels are also found here on display. The Tower has been used as a fortress, a palace and a prison.

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Flying the Flag - HM Tower of London - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 14)

HM Tower of London alongside the River Thames with Union Jack flag over the White Tower- London England. The Tower of London is a major tourist attraction with excess of two million visitors per annum. The Tower of London was the brainchild of William the Conqueror who began construction of the central White Tower in 1078 in order to protect London from invaders.

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Sign of The Tower - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 13)

The Tower of London is located on the north bank of the River Thames close to Tower Bridge in London England. It is a major tourist attraction with excess of two million visitors per annum. The Tower of London was the brainchild of William the Conqueror who began construction of the central White Tower in 1078 in order to protect London from invaders.

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The Wall, Window and Pipe - -(UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 20)

Some architectural features of HM Tower of London - London England

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Times Past - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 24)

The ancient canon faces across the city's River Thames towards Tower Bridge - London, England.

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Scales of Justice - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 11)

The Scales of Justice stand on top of the Central Criminal Court or 'Old Bailey as it is usually referred to. The 'Old Bailey' is located in the City of London England. On the dome above the court is a statue of Justitia - Lady Justice. Justitia is often depicted with a set of weighing scales held in her left hand, upon which she, Lady Justice, measures the strengths of a case's support and opposition. In her right hand she holds a double-edged sword. This symbolizes the power of ‘Reason and Justice’ and may be wielded either for or against any party.

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Tulip Time - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m2 9)

Tulips brighten proceedings outside the 'Old Bailey' criminal courts in the City of London - London, England. On the dome above the court is a statue of Justitia - Lady Justice. The statue was the creation of British and London born sculptor Frederick William Pomeroy RA (1856-1924).

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London Eye a Boat and The River Thames - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 5 6)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England The London Eye stands at a height of 135 metres (443 ft) and is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe. By the time it had been erected in 1999 it was the tallest Ferris Wheel in the world. That was superseded in May 2006 by the Star of Nanchang standing at 160 metres. Then the Singapore Flyer arrived on the 11th February 2008 at 165 metres.

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London Eye Up The River Thames - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 5 5

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England The London Eye stands at a height of 135 metres (443 ft) and is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe. It was formally opened on 31st December 1999 by the then Prime Minister Mr. Tony Blair, but the London Eye was not opened to the public until March 2000 due to technical troubles.

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London Eye and the Leaning of the Lamp Post 2 - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 5 22)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It has become a major tourist attraction and is visited by over three million people in one year. The London Eye is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London England.

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London Eye Focused - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 5 4)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England

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London Eye Not Focused - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 5 3)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England Standing at 135 metres tall the London Eye is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe.

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London Eye Capsule - (UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 5 7)

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England The 'Eye' has 32 passenger carrying capsules each representing one of the 32 London Boroughs. The capsules are air conditioned, each one weighs 10 tonne and able to hold up to 25 people. Seating is provided, but people are also free to walk around inside the capsules.

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Nelson's Column 1 - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 4 36

Nelson's Column is situated in Trafalgar Square London, England and is one of the country's major landmarks and tourist attractions.

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Nelson's Column - Marcble Arch Bus - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m3 4

Nelson's Column is the focal point of Trafalgar Square in London, England and is one of the country's major landmarks and tourist attractions. Nelson’s Column was built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson's death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The overall height of Nelson’s Column stands at 51.659 metres or 169 feet and 5.8 inches.

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Nelson's Column - and Ship - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m3 8

Nelson's Column is situated in Trafalgar Square London, England and is one of the country's major landmarks and tourist attractions. Nelson’s column was built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson's death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 on board his ship H .M. S. Victory

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Nelson's Column - Framed - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 m3 10

Nelson's Column is the focal point of Trafalgar Square in London, England and is one of the country's major landmarks and tourist attractions. The granite Column was designed by architect William Railton. The statue of Lord Nelson was designed by Edward Hodges Bailey.

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Nelson's Column - In Total - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 4 E

Nelson's Column is situated in Trafalgar Square London, England and is one of the country's major landmarks and tourist attractions. Nelson’s column was built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson's death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

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Tower Bridge - Connecting Walkways - UK London BPM 2 File 2 ns 4 14

Tower Bridge is located in London, England. It was built between 1886 and 1894. Tower Bridge’s two Gothic towers house the passenger lifts to the upper pedestrian footway and the hydraulic mechanisms for lifting the bascules pivots of the bridge. These two bascules can swing the roadway up in a matter of minutes to allow shipping to pass through.

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Tower Bridge - Shark Attack - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 4 17

Tower Bridge which crosses London's River Thames has become one of Britain's principal landmarks The bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge. It is in the base of the two Gothic towers that the pivots and operating machinery are housed. It was built between 1886 and 1894. The engineer was Sir John Wolfe Barry and the architect Sir Horace Jones.

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Big Ben - Great Clock and Tower - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 6 21

‘Big Ben’ is located on the north bank of the River Thames at the north-eastern end of the Palace of Westminster (the Houses of Parliament) in London England. Today ‘Big Ben’ refers to the Great Clock, the Tower and the Great Bell en masse. Symbolic to Great Britain ‘Big Ben’ is recognised as being one of the world's most famous tourist attractions.

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Big Ben - The Great Clock 3 - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 6 6

‘Big Ben’ is located on the north bank of the River Thames at the north-eastern end of the Palace of Westminster (the Houses of Parliament) in London, England. The iron frame of the Great Clock’s faces are 7 metres (23 feet) in diameter and contain 312 pieces of opal glass, rather like a stained-glass window. The hour hand is 2.7 metres (9 feet) long and the minute hand is 4.3 metres (14 feet long).

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Portcullis House - Framed - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 6 36

It is located at the corner of Bridge Street and Victoria Embankment, overlooking the River Thames in London, England. Portcullis House contains offices for 210 Members of Parliament and their staff and a suite of modern meeting and Select Committee rooms. Portcullis House is situated opposite Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster.

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Portcullis House - 1 UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 6 15

Portcullis House is situated opposite Big Ben and the Palace of Westminister, Houses of Parliament. It is located at the corner of Bridge Street and Victoria Embankment, overlooking the River Thames. The architects, Michael Hopkins and Partners won a RIBA architecture award for the design. It was completed in 2000 and was officially opened in February 2001.

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Portcullis House - Towards 2 - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 6 18

Portcullis House is located at the corner of Bridge Street and Victoria Embankment, overlooking the River Thames in London England. The building was designed by Michael Hopkins and Partners who won a RIBA architecture award for the design. Portcullis House was completed in 2000 and officially opened in February 2001. The profile of Portcullis House, with its rows of tall chimneys, is intended to recall the Victorian Gothic design of the Palace of Westminster and to fit in with the chimneys of the Norman Shaw building next door. The imposing bronze statue of Sir Winston Churchill stands in the foreground.

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London Eye - Before the Storm - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 5 6

The London Eye is also referred to as the Millennium Wheel. The London Eye is located on the south bank of the River Thames in London, England. It was formally opened on 31st December 1999 by the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair, but was not opened to the public until March 2000 due to technical problems. Since its opening, the London Eye has become a major London landmark and tourist attraction. The London Eye stands at a height of 135 metres or 443 ft and is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe.

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London Eye - over Portcullis 3a - UK London BPM Box 2 File 2 ns 5 3

Since its opening, the London Eye has become a major London landmark and tourist attraction. By July 2002, 8.5 million people had ridden the Eye - 5 June 2008 it was declared that 30 million people had ridden the London Eye since it opened in March 2000. The London Eye rotates very slowly with one revolution taking approximately 30 minutes to complete. Portcullis House chimneys are not used to expel fumes, but are part of an energy efficient ventilation system.

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Arundel Castle, Catherral and River - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 9

Arundel Castle and Arundel Cathedral and River Arun overlook the River Arun in West Sussex, England. Arundel Castle dates back to the 11th century.

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Arundel Castle and Cathedral - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 4

Arundel Castle is located in West Sussex, England. This castle dates back to the 11th century. Today Arundel Castle is the home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children.

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Arundel Castle and The Cathedral - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 5

Arundel Castle is located in West Sussex, England and dates back to the 11th century. Today Arundel Castle is the home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. Arundel Cathedral was founded by Henry 15th Duke of Norfolk. Arundel Cathedral was designed by Joseph Hansom who was also the inventor of the Hansom cab. Construction of Arundel Cathedral was finished on 1st July 1873.

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Arundel Castle 2 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 18

Arundel Castle is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the stately home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children.

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Arundel Castle Tower and Ramparts - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 19

Arundel Castle is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the stately home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. Arundel Castle was originally built to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack and has a commanding position on a hill overlooking the River Arun in today’s West Sussex.

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Arundel Castle Beyond Cottage Garden 1 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 1

Arundel Castle is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the stately home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. Arundel Castle has a commanding position on a hill in West Sussex, England.

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Arundel Castle Branching Out 2 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 12

Arundel Castle dates back to the 11th century. It is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the stately home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. Arundel Castle was originally built to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack and has a commanding position on a hill overlooking the River Arun in today’s West Sussex.

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Arundel Castle Cathedral Swans on River Arun 3 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 13

Arundel Castle overlooks the River Arun in West Sussex, England. The River Arun emanates in the St Leonard's Forest area near Horsham in West Sussex. The River flows through Arundel, past the castle and on until it meets the sea at Littlehampton.

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Arundel Castle Reflections 2 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 4

Arundel Castle dates back to the 11th century. The Castle overlooks the River Arun in West Sussex, England.

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Arundel Castle Reflections 1 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 24

Arundel Castle overlooks the River Arun in West Sussex, England. Today Arundel Castle is the home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. The River Arun emanates in the St Leonard's Forest area near Horsham in West Sussex. The River flows through Arundel, past the castle and on until it meets the sea at Littlehampton.

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Arundlel Castle Style 2 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 14

Arundel Castle was originally built to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack and has a commanding position on a hill overlooking the River Arun in today’s West Sussex. The River Arun emanates in the St Leonard's Forest area near Horsham in West Sussex. The River flows through Arundel, past the castle and on until it meets the sea at Littlehampton.

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Arundel Castle Through Fence 1 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 15

Arundel Castle is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the stately home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. Arundel Castle was originally built to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack and has a commanding position on a hill overlooking the River Arun in today’s West Sussex.

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Arundel Castle Cathedral and River Arun 1b - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 10

Arundel Castle overlooks the River Arun in West Sussex, England. Arundel Castle dates back to the 11th century. Today Arundel Castle is the home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. Arundel Cathedral was founded by Henry 15th Duke of Norfolk. Arundel Cathedral was designed by Joseph Hansom who was also the inventor of the Hansom cab. Construction of Arundel Cathedral was finished on 1st July 1873.

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Arundel Castle Swan 1d - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 12

Arundel Castle was originally built to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack and has a commanding position on a hill overlooking the River Arun in today’s West Sussex, England.

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Arundel Castle Swan River - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 23

Arundel Castle is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the stately home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. The River Arun emanates in the St Leonard's Forest area near Horsham in West Sussex. The River flows through Arundel, past the castle and on until it meets the sea at Littlehampton.

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Arundel Castle and Swans on River Arun - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 6

The River Arun emanates in the St Leonard's Forest area near Horsham in West Sussex. The River flows through Arundel, past the castle and on until it meets the sea at Littlehampton. Arundel Castle dates back to the 11th century. It was built to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack. Arundel Castle is located in West Sussex, England.

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Arundel Castle UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 1 7

Arundel Castle is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the stately home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. The River Arun emanates in the St Leonard's Forest area near Horsham in West Sussex. The River flows through Arundel, past the castle and on until it meets the sea at Littlehampton.

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Arundel Castle Ramparts Walls and Turrets 1 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 17

Arundel Castle is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the stately home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. Arundel Castle was built on a hill giving it a commanding position to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack. Arundel Castle is located in current day West Sussex, England.

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Arundel Castle Ramparts Walls and Turrets 2 - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 14

Arundel Castle is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Arundel Castle was built on a hill giving it a commanding position to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack. Arundel Castle is located in current day West Sussex, England.

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Arundel Castle Wall and Ramparts - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 16

Arundel Castle was built on a hill giving it a commanding position to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack. Today Arundel Castle is the home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and their children. Arundel Castle is located in West Sussex, England.

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Arundle Castle and Dry Moat - UK BPM Box 2 File 2 m 2 15

Arundel Castle dates back to the 11th century. It is not just an ancient castle, but also a stately home. Today Arundel Castle is the home of The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk. Arundel Castle was originally built to defend the approaches to Sussex from attack and has a commanding position on a hill overlooking the River Arun in today’s West Sussex. Arundel Castle is located in current day West Sussex, England.

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Stonehenge is considered to be the most important prehistoric monument in Britain today. Stonehenge has been attracting visitors for many centuries. It is located in the English countryside of Wiltshire.

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A Piece Of The Gherkin - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0036

30 St Mary Axe, The ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower,

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Above It All - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0059

London’s ‘Gherkin’ won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize in 2004.

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Another London Tower - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0053

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower.

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Around The Gherkin - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0034

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, London’s ‘Gherkin’ won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize in 2004.

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30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, Located in London's main financial district, the City of London, opened in 2004. With 40 floors, the tower is 180 metres (591 ft) tall

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London’s ‘Gherkin’ dominates much of the city. It won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize in 2004.

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Contemplation - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0047

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Defended - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0039

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, is located not far from the River Thames.

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Domination - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0051

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, is located not far from the River Thames and the Tower of London.

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Funnelled - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0040

London's iconic 'Gherkin' is located close to the River Thames.

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30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, is located not far from the River Thames and the Tower of London. Located in London's main financial district, the City of London, opened in 2004. With 40 floors, the tower is 180 metres (591 ft) tall

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London’s ‘Gherkin’ won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize in 2004.

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London Landmark - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0052

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, is located not far from the River Thames and the Tower of London in London's main financial district, the City of London. It is on the former site of the Baltic Exchange building, which was severely damaged in 1992 by a bomb placed by the Provisional IRA.

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In Place - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0060

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, is located not far from the River Thames and the Tower of London in London's main financial district, the City of London.

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Gherkin Towers Above - BPM UK London Gerkin Tower Of London_DSC0055

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, is located not far from the River Thames and the Tower of London in London's main financial district, the City of London.

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Old And The New - BPM UK London Gherkin_DSC0070

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower, is located not far from the River Thames and the Tower of London in London's main financial district, the City of London.

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To The Gherkin - BPM UK London Gherkin Tower Of London_DSC0056

30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower was opened in 2004. It is located not far from the River Thames and the Tower of London in London's main financial district, the City of London.

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30 St Mary Axe, the ‘Gherkin’, the City of London's landmark Swiss Re Tower was opened in 2004. It is located not far from the River Thames and the Tower of London in London's main financial district, the City of London.

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Then An Now - BPM UK London Tower Bridge City Hall_DSC0044

City Hall is the headquarters of the Greater London Authority, and is located in Southwark on the south bank of the River Thames near Tower Bridge. City Hall was opened in 2002.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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New BBC and ITV offices and studios. Complex also includes accommodation, Holiday Inn.

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A sculpture constructed from various lengths of tube outside Media City UK the new BBC and ITV offices and studios at Salford Quays.

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A sculpture constructed from various lengths of tube outside Media City UK the new BBC and ITV offices and studios at Salford Quays.

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Quay West is a large tinted glass office block at Salford Quays.

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Quay West, this large tinted glass office block at Salford Quays has an austere appearance especially on grey cloudy days.

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Quay West is a large tinted glass office block at Salford Quays. The glass construction gives it an almost chocolate like appearance.

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Today Kolkata's Writers' Building is the secretariat building of the State Government of West Bengal, India. It was originally built as the office for writers of the British East India Company hence the name - Writers Building. In line along the roof are four clusters of statues, named 'Science', 'Agriculture', 'Commerce', and 'Justice', each with a Greek God or Goddess flanked by a European and an Indian. Adding another dimension is a Hooded Crow which uses the Greek Goddesses head as a resting place - Possibly fitting in terms of 'agriculture'.

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Eastgate Clock -UK - Urban Lstyle - BPM DSC_3739

Eastgate Clock in Chester, England has a clock face on all four sides and is said to be the most photographed clock in England after Big Ben.

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Lamplight - UK - Urban Lstyle - BPM DSC_3738

Lamplight helps to illuminate Eastgate clock in Chester Eastgate Clock in Chester, England, stands on the site of the original entrance to the Roman fortress of Deva Victrix. The clock was added in 1899 to the top of the gateway to celebrate the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria two years earlier.

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Second to Big Ben - UK - Urban Lstyle - BPM DSC00925

Eastgate Clock in Chester, Cheshire, England is said to be the most photographed clock in England after Big Ben.

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Victorian Celebration - UK - Urban Lstyle - BPM DSC00926

Eastgate clock in Chester, England was added in 1899 to the top of the gateway to celebrate the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria two years earlier.

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Victorian Era - UK - Urban Lstyle - BPM DSC_3742

The lane, lamplight and clock set the scene of a Victoria era i the City of Chester in England. The clock was designed by the Chester architect John Douglas. The whole structure, gateway and clock, was designated as a Grade I listed building on 28 July 1955. The clock required weekly winding until 1992, when the original wind-up mechanism was replaced by an electric one, to reduce maintenance costs.

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Dirty Dicks - UK - Urban Lstyle BPM DSC02374

Dirty Dicks public house is just one of many historic landmark public houses to be found in the City of London.

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Historic London - UK - Urban Lstyle BPM DSC02369

The public house is just one of the many historic buildings to be found in the City of London.

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London's Past Lives On - UK - Urban Lstyle BPM DSC02370

There are many places of interest which flourish including public houses ensuring that London's past lives on. Many of the City of London's public houses have been in existence for generations and help to give London the character it has acquired.

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Old and New - UK - Urban Lstyle BPM DSC02365

Old and new building in the City of London blend. London landmark, the Gherkin, rises above the chimney pots of the older London historic buildings below.

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Above the Gherkin - UK - Urban Lstyle BPM _DSC7934

Once a prominent landmark in London the Gherkin will soon be overshadowed by taller buildings under construction.

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Valiant Men - UK - BPM Monument DSC01258

A memorial erected in memory of 'the valiant men of Ironbridge' who fell during WW1 and WW11. The memorial stands on the banks of Ironbridge Gorge on the River Severn overlooking the famous Iron Bridge.

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