Tuesday, June 17, 2014

A Walk Through the City of London from Barbican to London Bridge, England - 14th June, 2014

http://ift.tt/1pe4kss This film features a walk through the City of London, starting at the Barbican Estate and finishing at the Southwark side of London Bridge. It highlights the varied architecture of the city including the 1960s brutalist buildings of the Barbican Estate, to the high-tech glass skyscrapers and historic gothic, regency and classic buildings, monuments and statues. Part of the film has been made on the high level walkways which stem from the Barbican estate, allowing an elevated view of the surroundings. From London Walls the film goes to street level. If you are visiting London and would like to see the sights for yourself, the best way is to walk, rather than take public transport. This walk is one I would definitely recommend. In the film, the following sights, streets and features are highlighted: Beech Street Tunnel, Cromwell Place, Cromwell Tower, The Barbican Centre, Lakeside Terrace, Gilbert House, Barbican Highwalks, Silk Street, Gilbert Bridge, City of London School for Girls, Lauderdale Place, Defoe House, Willoughby House, Andrewes House, Moor House, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Andrewes Highwalk, Speed House, St. Giles Cripplegate, Tower 42, The Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater), The Shard, The Gherkin, 1 Coleman Street, 40 Basinghall Street, City Place House, 125 London Wall, Alban Highwalk, Wood Street, 88 Wood Street, London Wall, City of London Police Headquarters, The Tower of St. Alban's, Gresham Street, St. Lawrence Jewry Church, Guildhall Library, London Guildhall, Guildhall Art Gallery, Guildhall Buildings, Mayor's & City of London Court, Basinghall Street, Bank of China, Bank of England, Mansion House, Lombard Street, Royal Exchange, Royal Fusiliers' War Memorial, J.H. Greathead statue, Cornhill, St. Michael's Church, Leadenhall Street, Gracechurch Street, Bishopgate Street, St. Andrew Undershaft Church, Whittington Avenue, Leadenhall Market, The Walkie Talkie, Fenchurch Street, Monument to the Great Fire of London (The Monument), Eastcheap, St. Magnus the Martyr Church, Adelaide House, Lower Thames Street (A3211), Fishmongers' Hall, Tower Bridge, The River Thames, HMS Belfast, 1 London Bridge, London Bridge (A3) and Southwark Needle.

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