London Eye


London Eye Capsule








The Houses of Parliament




The Houses of Parliament - at night




Hungerford Bridge



When erected in 1999, The London Eye was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, being 135m high.

There are 32 capsules taking half an hour for a revolution. OK - enough of the facts - the main thing is you get the most fantastic views of London from it.








The test starts here - how much do you recognise in this photo? The Foreign Office, Buckingham Palace, Horseguards, New Scotland Yard, Downing Street (just the roofs!), the ICA (where we had our wedding reception - many years ago....) and many more are all here.

















The Houses of Parliament with Westminster Abbey behind it.





















Same scene - but there is a special magic at night.



























Hungerford railway & footbridge links Charing Cross main line station to south of the river. Cleopatra's needle is on the embankment, just right of centre.








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