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Battersea Park, Albert Bridge Road side.

Battersea Park, Albert Bridge Road side.

Putney Bridge, the longest bridge in London, with Bishops Park in front.

Putney Bridge, the longest bridge in London, with Bishops Park in front.

Prince of Wales Gate, one six gates leading in and out of Hyde Park. Kensington Gardens, a Park of a similar size to Hyde Park, has no roads running through it.

Prince of Wales Gate, one six gates leading in and out of Hyde Park. Kensington Gardens, a Park of a similar size to Hyde Park, has no roads running through it.

My favourite bridge - Albert Bridge

My favourite bridge - Albert Bridge

Lambeth Bridge, built in 1932, is a road traffic and footbridge crossing the River Thames in an east-west direction in central London, the river flows north at the crossing point. Downstream, the next bridge is Westminster Bridge; upstream the next is Vauxhall Bridge.The most conspicuous colour in the bridge's paint scheme is red, the same colour as the leather benches in the House of Lords which is at the southern end of the Palace of Westminster nearest the bridge.

Lambeth Bridge

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Captain Corelli, 132 Battersea Park Road, London

Captain Corelli, 132 Battersea Park Road, London - Cafes, Snack Shops & Tea Rooms near Queenstown Road Tube Station

One of the most iconic London landmarks. View from Battersea Park Road.

One of the most iconic London landmarks. View from Battersea Park Road.

The Serpentine from the bridge that runs between Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. At the far end of the lake is the Princess Diana Fountain.

The Serpentine from the bridge that runs between Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. At the far end of the lake is the Princess Diana Fountain.

Battersea Bridge is a cast-iron and granite five-span cantilever bridge crossing the River Thames in London, England. It is situated on a sharp bend in the river, and links Battersea south of the river with Chelsea to the north. Designed by Henry Holland, it was initially opened to pedestrians in November 1771, and to vehicle traffic in 1772. In1885 it was demolished and replaced with the existing bridge, designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette and built by John Mowlem & Co

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