Monday is ALMOST mute here on The Daily Constitutional. I always launch the week with a few London photos, grouped on a theme or neighbourhood.
This week: Red London…
|Yeoman Warders at The Tower|
|A K2 in Fleet Street – the K2 (K for Kiosk) dates from 1922 - 1929 and was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. This one is post-1926 as it features the crown motif.|
|The loveliest souvenir book in London|
|(Pssst. He's not a real guardsman)|
|Red sentry box at the historic – and haunted – Grenadier Pub in Belgravia|
|Red plaque for The Battle of Cable Street – the British Union of Fascists was stopped in its tracks by the men and women of the East End with the battle cry "They Shall Not Pass!"|
The Monday Photoblog will return next week. In the meantime, if you'd like to share a London photo with us, please do! Perhaps you joined Karen or Adam on a tour and snapped a a great shot. Drop us a line.
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