Category: Gallery

  • Playing symbols at Oxford Circus.

    Playing symbols at Oxford Circus.

    London Underground signs at each of the four entrances to Oxford Circus tube station were transformed into PlayStation symbols in a commercial promotion to coincide with the launch of the PS5 console in the U.K.

  • Admiralty Citadel.

    Admiralty Citadel.

    The Citadel was constructed between 1940 and 1941 as a bomb-proof operations centre for the Admiralty at a time when London was being heavily bombed and there was an imminent threat of a German invasion. The Admiralty was already being hit by the Luftwaffe. During the night of 16 April 1941 three bombs landed direct…

  • Former U.S. Embassy, Grosvenor Square.

    Former U.S. Embassy, Grosvenor Square.

    The United States Embassy was synonymous with Grosvenor Square until recently. The building closed in 2018 and moved to a new site in Nine Elms. I have visited the site every few months to see how work is progressing. At the moment just the front shell and side walls of the building are left as…

  • Extinction Rebellion march and rally.

    Extinction Rebellion march and rally.

    I have followed a number of the larger demonstrations in the capital from the environmental protest group Extinction Rebellion (XR) since they burst onto the scene in the Autumn of 2018. Due to the coronavirus lockdown there was no opportunity for the previous mass protest at Easter this year, but September saw activists plan a…

  • Broadway Westminster Development.

    Broadway Westminster Development.

    The rising towers of the Broadway Westminster development that now occupy the former site of New Scotland Yard police headquarters.

  • Whiteleys Demolition.

    Whiteleys Demolition.

    The former Whiteleys shopping centre in Bayswater in the process of being demolished as part of a complete redevelopment.