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Image title: Lord North St leading to Smith Square City of Westminster

Lord North St leading to Smith Square City of Westminster

Lord North Street leads to Smith Square and the deconsecrated St John's Church, now used as a classical concert venue. Smith Square is in the shadow of the Palace of Westminster, the UK's Houses of Parliament.


There has been not much interest shown in my photos of Smith Square but I still find this location very interesting. The Georgian houses are apparently family homes. The gas lamps give an atmosphere of old London. The church is of unusual design. I'd never visited Smith Square before, though I'd heard of it. London is full of surprises.

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Title:
Lord North St leading to Smith Square City of Westminster

Category:

Filename:
LonSmithSqLordNSt6122.jpg

ID number:
9242

Technical details:
Fuji Finepix S3

London Smith Square, streets of London, Georgian London, Georgian facades London, Georgian houses London

Date created:
2006-01-22

Aidan O'RourkeAidan O'Rourke has been active in photography and online media since 1995. He has documented the development of the local area in his Eyewitness website (1997-2005) and as a contributor to books, publications and the Manchester Evening News. He runs his Eyewitness photography walks in Manchester, Liverpool and other locations. He offers one-to-one tuition in Photography and Languages. He is a high-level speaker of German and can offer photography walks and tours through the medium of German. Visit www.aidan.co.uk

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