Wordless Wednesday 19 – London Life Around Victoria

In Central London – A Morning Stroll Around Victoria

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Victoria Mainline Rail, Underground and Bus Station

Apollo Victoria

Victoria Palace Theatre

Victoria Street

Westminster Cathedral

A Quick Look Inside Westminster Cathedral

Westminster Cathedral and Piazza (and McDonalds on the right LOL)

A Victoria Street Shops and Offices Monstrosity

๐Ÿ™ Have a great WW ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. And Miles To Go... says:

    ooh, Wicked is playing! I’ll be right there! Great shots.

  2. amandab says:

    Wow, I love that glass building. I don’t usually like modern buildings, but that one is interesting and has character ๐Ÿ™‚

    HAppy WW, thanks for stopping by ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Katz (And Other) Tales says:

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    Brrr, looks COLD!

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    Wow that’s a lot of exquisite architecture pack in to one walk. EAch more outrageous than the last. Happy WW

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    Great photos. I can see how modern building and ancient ones add to the colourful landscape of London
    Happy WW

  6. some great looking, interesting building.

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    I learn something new every day…I was wandering down that way a few months back, but never realised I was in Victoria. Westminster Cathedral is a building I will have to pay a visit too sometime I’m intrigued as to what it looks like inside…

  8. Russ says:

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    Great pictures as usual. I always love to see the old buildings. I especially love to see the inside of old churches. Have a great WW

  9. stevebethere says:

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    @ Russ
    Thanks Russ and for visiting ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Stacy Uncorked says:

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    Love all the shots! One of these days I so want to visit London! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Great shots! I’ve always wanted to go to London. Maybe some day!

  12. zezebel says:

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    Oh steve.
    I envy your pictures. Arkkkkh….
    I wish my phone camera pictures is like this. Hehehehehe….
    Look like there is not much people around this place? are you taking the pictures early in the morning?

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ zezebel
      Hi zezebel, yes most of the photos i have taken have been in the morning i am allergic to crowds you see lol ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Crystal C says:

    Great Shots
    Happy WW!

  14. great sets of photos. the building at Victoria St is amazing.

  15. Christy says:

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    Lovely Wordless Wednesday photos, any werewolves in London for October this time of year?

  16. Stan says:

    That looks like a terrific place to just wander around and gawk. There’s quite a mix of architecture to see.

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Stan
      Yes your right and still loads of building work going on, Victoria has changed so much in the last five years.

      Thanks for visiting ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Evan's Mom says:

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    The cathedral looks beautiful, inside and outside.
    I went to Victoria Station once, the place was packed with people moving in their full speed. Lucky I was with friends, I think I could get lost there if I were alone ๐Ÿ˜€

  18. Auntie E says:

    I so want to see Wicked. We know its playing in NYC. maybe soon. do not know what Billy Elliot is about, but looks like it is a well liked one. Love the Old buildings and the New Glass one on Victoria street looks awesome.

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Auntie E
      Billy Elliot is about a nothern English boy, that gets ballet lessons to become a ballet dancer the dissatisfaction of his father it’s quite good, it’s also a film too ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. AVCr8teur says:

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    It’s strange to see a McDonald’s next to an old established building. Interesting glass building on Victoria Street.

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ AVCR8teur
      Yes it is the cathedral seems out of place but blends in with the surrounding area behind and around it.

  20. June Zach (Fledgling Blogger) says:

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    Cool photos of amazing infrastructures! ๐Ÿ˜€

    Hey Steve, I’m no longer with Entrecard due to a terrible experience I had with them. No worries I have your link in my blog roll so I could still visit you on a regular basis.


    • stevebethere says:

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      @ June
      Sorry to hear that you had a bad experience and will rejoin when it’s sorted.

      I have your link in my blog roll so I could still visit you on a regular basis.

      Thank you yours will remain on my links page of course and i will still visit ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. pat. marsden says:

    Thank you. Always wanted to visit the UK. Still hope to see And Then There Were None There. Thank you for the pictures. They are great. Almost feel I am standing….

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    Great shots of London- I do the same thing when I am going to work in London and capture shots on my iPhone- never get bored of London sites