Monday, 30 March 2020
Thursday, 26 March 2020
Church Town, Godstone, Surrey
Built in 1872, the timber-framed almshouses of Church Town look a lot older. They were designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, a prolific Victorian architect who also worked on the Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras Station, the Albert Memorial, and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Sunday, 22 March 2020
View from Brenchley Gardens, South East London
From the footpath running through Brenchley Gardens, there are wide views over the Aquarius Golf Club, which was laid out in 1909 around and on the roof of the Beechcroft Reservoir, which was once Europe's largest underground reservoir. The reservoir is still operational today and holds 55 million gallons of water. Originally opened in 1928, Brenchley Gardens now incorporate the old track bed of the Crystal Palace High Level Railway, which was closed in 1954.
View from the General James Wolfe Statue, Greenwich Park, South East London
The view down the Thames towards the City of London competes with the vista of the classical symmetry of the Old Royal Naval College overlooked by the futuristic towers of Canary Wharf.
Saturday, 21 March 2020
Blythe Hill Fields, South East London
Sunday, 1 March 2020
The Welkin, The National Theatre, The South Bank
|Images from the National Theatre web site|
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