Sunday, July 10, 2005
London is standing strong
My day started with an empty tube. It soon filled up though.
Here is the London Eye from Westminster Bridge.
People are still going on City Cruises. Check out the message on the backside: 'Millennium of Peace'
A packed Golden Jubilee ferry. You think your little bombing stunt could stop people from enjoying this beautiful city?
Now look at these bunch of tourist outside Westminster Hall. You think they would be scared now would you?
This is a close up of the London Eye. Loads of people were queuing.
Hungerford Bridge. Beautiful architecture.
People going on with their usual life, selling used books under the bridge.
London's skyline, the bridge is Blackfriars.
The Millennium Bridge.
Walking up towards St. Paul Cathedral.
A close-up of the recently cleaned St. Paul's Cathedral.
At St. Paul's underground tube station taking the West bound Central Line.
Passengers were calmed. There were bits of anxious eyes but the general feeling is defiance.
At Euston. A number of missing people posters were pasted all over the area.
The outside of Euston Station.
Inside the station.
Oxford Circus tube station.
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: