London – the Bigger Picture

I love walking through the streets and neighbourhoods of London taking photos of details of architecture, parks, street art, things that amuse me, but sometimes it’s worth to climb a few stairs or, as in this case, take a lift and see the bigger picture.

It took me nearly 30 years of living in London to finally get around going up the tower of Westminster Cathedral in Victoria Street. One of the lesser known vantage points of the Capital, at 64 metres (210 feet high) you get the most amazing 360 degree views and I actually had the viewing platform to myself.

This is a pictorial post. Take your time and enjoy the views!

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Opening times:

Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5.00pm, Saturdays and Sundays 9.30am to 6.00pm

Adults £6, concessions £3, families (two adults and up to four children) £12

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