St Paul's Cathedral

Wren in London

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    from beyond Waterloo Bridge

  • A Room for London

    "One ship is very much like another, and the sea is always the same. In the immutability of their surroundings the foreign shores, the foreign faces, the changing immensity of life, glide past, veiled not by a sense of mystery but by a slightly disdainful…

  • Margaret and Andy


  • Margaret and Andy


  • Anthony, Deirdre and Fiona

  • The Monument

    Located at the junction of Monument Street and Fish Street Hill, the column is 202 ft high and if laid on its side would reach to Pudding Lane where the Great Fire of London started in 1666. Designed by Robert Hooke and Christopher Wren it also served as…

  • St Paul's Cathedral

    View of St Paul's showing the suspension under the Millennium Bridge

  • St Vedast and St Mary-le-Bow

    An exceptional view of St Vedast in Foster Lane. Exceptional in that this view of the church is now obscured by the building which was going up where the red crane stands in the foreground. To the right and further down Cheapside is St Mary-le-Bow. Bot…

  • St Paul's and Temple Bar

    Temple Bar is the only surviving gateway to the City of London. It once stood at the point where the Strand meets Fleet Street. In 1878 it was taken down because it was causing traffic congestion. Each stone was numbered and put into storage until it coul…

  • Wood Street Police Station and St Alban's

    A catch-it-while-you-can view of a City of London building before it is obscured by another tower of london. This is Wood Street Police Station designed by Donald McMorran; modernism with classical finesse. Ironically, given Christopher Wren's fame for…

  • St Augustine by St Paul's

    The entire church of St Augustine was destroyed in 1941. Only the tower and steeple remain. It now forms part of St Paul's Cathedral Choir School. The tower was constructed in the 1690s, and is thought to have been designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, and w…

  • St Paul's Cathedral

    St Paul's dome viewed from the North

  • St Paul's from Watling Street

    At the end of the street the One New Change scheme is being built which will obscure the East facade of St Paul's. On the near left is Ye Olde Watling pub reputed to have been built by Sir Christopher Wren as a hostel for the labourers working on the Cat…

  • St Stephen Walbrook

    A view of the South side of St Stephen Walbrook which will be obscured by a new building by Foster on Walbrook

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