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Statues and Monuments: HMS Captain

HMS Captain was a unique ship. Built in 1869 she was a masted turret ship with dual propulsion systems. Her design had been opposed by the Navy but she was built on the orders of Parliament. 306 more words


Visit to St Paul's Cathedral

Earlier this year I was lucky enough to visit St Paul’s Cathedral in London… with my camera! Photography is usually forbidden there but during the course of the summer they held 3 ‘photography allowed’ days. 275 more words


Statues and monuments: Thomas Fanshaw Middleton

Thomas Fanshaw Middleton was born in Derbyshire in 1769. he was educated at Christ’s hospital and Cambridge and was ordained priest in 1792. He worked in a number of parishes in the UK including St Pancras in London as well as spending time as a private tutor. 136 more words


The King who rules from a cross to bring justice and peace

A sermon preached by the Dean of Melbourne, the Very Revd Dr Andreas Loewe, on the Feast of Christ the King, at St Paul’s Cathedral Melbourne, 22 November 2015: 1,620 more words

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London Day 2: Day Trip to Windsor Castle

London is overwhelming with sites to see already plus the nearby reachable by train places great for day drips; I had a very hard time finalizing our short 4.5 days itinerary since there are so much to see! 2,455 more words


LondonLife - City of spires...

View looking west from St Paul’s Cathedral down Fleet Street.