London snapshots, December 2006
Views of Telecom Tower and Oxford Street
(Photos/words © urban75, 16th December 2006)
Another Saturday afternoon around town.
Photographers Gallery, Great Newport Street, London.
'Very Very Cheap,' Charing Cross Road, London.
Marquis of Granby, 2 Rathbone St, Fitzrovia; one of several such named boozers in London named after the commander in chief of British forces during the Seven Years War against France.
Note the top of the Telecom Tower in the background.
Another pub living under the shadow of the Telecom Tower, the Duke of York can be found at 47 Rathbone Street, Fitzrovia.
A proper, old fashioned, Victorian-styled boozer, the York is a bijou affair with a selection of real ale.
Corner of Cleveland Street and Goodge Street with the 620ft Telecom Tower dominating the scene.
Woman struggles with hands-free phone, Oxford Street.
Christmas shoppers, Oxford Street.
The scrum around Oxford Street tube station.