TRAVEL PHOTO GALLERY / LONDON
LONDON EYE—Also called the Millennium Wheel. Erected in 1999 on the on the south bank of the Thames River in midtown London, it is more than 440 feet tall, which makes it second highest to Singapore’s Flyer. Architects: The London Eye was designed by architects Frank Anatole, Nic Bailey, Steve Chilton, Malcolm Cook, Mark Sparrowhawk, and the husband-and-wife team of Julia Barfield and David Marks.
ST. PANCRAS TRAIN STATION—Narrowly escaping demolition, the 1868 site was renovated and expanded during the 2000s at a cost of $800 million Pounds. Known as St. Pancras Internation, it is the station we arrived at after taking a pleasant afternoon high speed Eurostar train ride from Brussels via the English Channel Tunnel.
Photography by Phyllis Shess, Pillar to Post, April, 2013.
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