A little brrrit of London

A quick post tonight covering a little bit of London – a sort of zig zag photo tour in the cold and snow (but not always) as night marches on the city. The starting point is the same as two days ago – Little Venice and eventually finishes at Piccadilly Circus three hours and almost 250 photographs later. Light snow constantly fell. Transport mode consisted of a mix of walk and tube. Enjoy the pics!
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Little Venice as dusk arrives – the canal was even more solid than the other day!
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The famous horse bridge (or blue lamp bridge) at Little Venice
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Under the canal bridge at Paddington. Cafe boats May Green and Darcle doing well despite the weather
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Paddington open with restricted services. Heathrow Express unusually being worked by ‘Connect’ stock!
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A little bit of Leslie Green tiling at Regent’s Park tube station
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Snow covered JFK memorial Great Portland Street (sadly still not restored since last year’s vandalism)
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Baker Street’s 1863 platforms – hopefully an unusual perspective!
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Snowy Met track at Baker Street. There was a siding on the outside of the tracks until about the 1930s
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Grays Antiques store, Bond Street. Reputed to have the River Tyburn in its basement!
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Crossrail station Bond Street snow bound for the first time. Buildings clearly still very incomplete
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Almost totally white environment! This is Avery Row
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FDR and Churchill enjoying the snow – their feet must be getting bloody cold!
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Old Bond Street snow laden due to infrastructure works that’s prevented traffic along here for many weeks
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Buildings where the Beatles did their last ever public gig as part of their ‘Get Back’ sessions
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Sackville Street looking towards Piccadilly
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Veolia’s road gritter in Regent Street. Veolia are the contractors for Westminster council
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Piccadilly Circus in the snow. Tourists love it in this weather!
 

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