This is a commercial skyscraper at 20 Fenchurch Street in the historic City of London financial district. It has its nickname because of its distinctive shape. In the foreground is an ancient Anglican church in Byward Street. It was founded in 675 and is one of the oldest churches in London.
This is the central tower, the old keep, at the Tower of London. It was built by William the Conqueror in the early 1080s.
Another view of the famous landmark.
A 1973 statue by David Wynne OBE.
Looking towards the north bank with the Walkie Talkie Tower in the foreground flanked by Tower 42, The Heron Tower and The Gherkin. Oh and the shadow of the Shard!!!
This is a mixed use building on the South Bank in the London Borough of Southwark including offices, restaurants, flats and shops. It was originally a warehouse and associated wharf, Hay's Wharf, and is a Grade II listed structure.
Great view this one with Tower Bridge and County Hall and on the horizon Canary Wharf.
Looking West with the Millenium Wheel on the left.
This view shows the Olympic Stadium, next season's home of the Mighty Hammers!
.........and another, looking west upriver!