Sunday, July 10, 2005

London is standing strong

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My day started with an empty tube. It soon filled up though.

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Here is the London Eye from Westminster Bridge.

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People are still going on City Cruises. Check out the message on the backside: 'Millennium of Peace'

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A packed Golden Jubilee ferry. You think your little bombing stunt could stop people from enjoying this beautiful city?

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Now look at these bunch of tourist outside Westminster Hall. You think they would be scared now would you?

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This is a close up of the London Eye. Loads of people were queuing.

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Hungerford Bridge. Beautiful architecture.

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People going on with their usual life, selling used books under the bridge.

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London's skyline, the bridge is Blackfriars.

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The Millennium Bridge.

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Walking up towards St. Paul Cathedral.

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A close-up of the recently cleaned St. Paul's Cathedral.

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At St. Paul's underground tube station taking the West bound Central Line.

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Passengers were calmed. There were bits of anxious eyes but the general feeling is defiance.

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At Euston. A number of missing people posters were pasted all over the area.

Euston Station

The outside of Euston Station.

Inside Euston

Inside the station.

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Oxford Circus tube station.

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Below is a fire alert at Hard Rock Cafe near Hyde Park. Around 10 fire trucks were there. A bunch of journalists from Greece were there trying to get access but were turned away by the police. Sorry for the blurry pictures, these were taken with my mobile phone:

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3 comments:

kyels said...

Nice photos. :)

And yeah, London is still obviously standing strong despite of the blast that happened. :)

Cheers to you and also London!!! And long live London and the people there. :)

Peace, Kyels.

Adam said...

Nice to see that life is going on as usual. I guess that the only way to show the terrorists that they didn't win.

Jon said...

Cheers from London!