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>>>>> Battersea Park
>>>>> Big Ben
>>>>> Bishops Park
>>>>> Brick Lane
>>>>> British Museum
>>>>> Brockwell Park
>>>>> Buckingham Palace
>>>>> Bushy Park
>>>>> Camden Market
>>>>> Carnaby Street
>>>>> Chelsea Physic Garden
>>>>> Chiswick House
>>>>> Clissold Park
>>>>> Crystal Palace
>>>>> Gatwick Airport
>>>>> Green Park
>>>>> Greenwich Park
>>>>> Gunnersbury Park
>>>>> Hampstead Heath
>>>>> Hampton Court Palace
>>>>> Harrods
>>>>> Heathrow Airport
>>>>> High Court
>>>>> Holland Park
>>>>> Hyde Park
>>>>> Kensington Gardens
>>>>> Kensington Palace
>>>>> Kew Palace
>>>>> Kyoto Garden
>>>>> Leadenhall Market
>>>>> Lee Valley
>>>>> Limehouse Basin
>>>>> London Eye
>>>>> London Zoo
>>>>> New River
>>>>> Osterley Park
>>>>> Paddington Basin
>>>>> Palace of Westminster
>>>>> Piccadilly Circus
>>>>> Regents Park
>>>>> Richmond Park
>>>>> Serpentine
>>>>> Southwark Park
>>>>> Speakers Corner
>>>>> St James Park
>>>>> St Pauls Cathedral
>>>>> Syon House
>>>>> Syon Park
>>>>> Temperate House
>>>>> Thames Barrier
>>>>> Tower Bridge
>>>>> Tower of London
>>>>> Trafalgar Square
>>>>> Trent Park
>>>>> Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
>>>>> Victoria Park
>>>>> Waterlow Park
>>>>> Wellington Arch
>>>>> Whitehall
>>>>> Wimbledon Park
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''Did not you say could sing at sight?' - 'Yes, sir, but not at FIRST sight Featured Related Images Print

'"Did not you say could sing at sight?" - "Yes, sir, but not at FIRST sight

'"Did not you say could sing at sight?" - "Yes, sir, but not at FIRST sight!"', (1907). The German composer Handel works on his "Messiah" in 1741: 'detained at Chester for some days by contrary winds, he got together at his inn several of the choir boys from the cathedral in order to try over some of the choral passages in the work. One at least of these trial performers must have carried away an unpleasant experience of the great man's impetuous temper. 'Can you sing at sight?' was the question put to each before he was asked to sing, and one broke down lamentably at the start. 'What de devil you mean!' cried Handel, snatching the music from his hands. 'Did not you say you could sing at sight?' 'Yes, sir, I did,' responded the confused singer, 'but not at first sight!' An episode from the life of German composer George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). From "Story-Lives of Great Musicians", by F.J. Rowbotham. [Wells Gardner, Darton & Co. Ltd, London, 1907]

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Transport - Motorcycle Charity Race - London Featured Related Images Print

Transport - Motorcycle Charity Race - London

Willow Sanders, son of round the world motorcycle race organiser Nick Sanders, waves off competitors in the first ever round-the-world motorcycle race at Ace cafe in north London. Riders taking part in the 25, 000-mile event include an eye surgeon, a 65-year-old and a postman. Covering 20 countries, five deserts and four continents, the 24 competitors will be on the road for 95 days. The event will raise more than 100, 000 for charities including Sight Savers, The Meningitis Fund and for Alzheimer's groups

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Coronation, Crowning of King George VI 1937 Featured Related Images Print

Coronation, Crowning of King George VI 1937

Ceremony in Westminister Abbey, the moment when the pageant of religion and slendour, the Archbishop of Canterbury placed St. Edward's Crown on the King's head, at the sight where of the people with loud and repeated shouts, shall cry 'God Save the King'. This was followed bby the wonderfully beautiful fanfare of trumpets. During the putting-on of the Crown, only the King and Queen are seated the Queen still onher Chair of Estate. She can be seen on the left watching the ceremony and in the Royal Gallery behind are Queen Mary, Princess Elizabath (Queen Elizabath), Princess Margaret Rose and the Princess Royal. Date: 12 May 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans