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[What was] the world's smallest police station, built in 1926, used by the Metropolitan Police to keep a watchful eye on Trafalgar Square - but no longer - it is now used by the council's street cleaners to store brooms. The lamp on top is believed to have come from the HMS Victory, best-known as Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

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from London-In-Sight Blog

Secret Gardens & Hideaways of North London

A hidden gem near London, Pergola and Hill Gardens is an oasis for tired travellers. Find out how to get there and discover a different side of the city.

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from Foursquare

Nairn

Sunset at Nairn, Scotland. Nairn is a town and former burgh in the Highland council area of Scotland. It is an ancient fishing port and market town about 16 miles east of Inverness. Photo: greenmoments.co.uk

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from Mail Online

By Daily Mail Reporter

The installation is an initiative by the council, in the small town just south of Porto, and is part of an art festival call Agitagueda

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Ford Castle built 1287 in Northumberland, England. Quadrangular type with four corner towers, three of which survived. It was converted into a mansion in 1694. The castle is now in the ownership of Northumberland County Council and is used as an educational establishment. Photo: northofthetyne.co.uk

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Plaque erected in 1979 by Greater London Council at Ministry of Agriculture Building, Whitehall Place, Westminster, London SW1A 2HH, City of Westminster

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