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Tracing of our trip, it enlarges enormously:  the gps on the camera did not pick any photographic locations

More pictures in the area at:  http://www.catfan.co.uk/1.Catfan_London-Bridge-&_City.htm  &  http://www.catfan.co.uk/1.Catfan_Borough-market.htm

We went to Waterloo via West Hampstead and the Jubilee line
We looked at the winners of the Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition

Left:  Fields near Telecombe East Sussex by Philip Bedford

Not the winner, but my favourite, another sumptuous view on the right.

Roupell Street - unspoilt for 150 years

Graffiti

45 Dolben Street

Numbers in a tunnel

The White Hart

http://www.2.southwark.gov.uk/info/200191/completed_projects/1164/art_in_the_arches

In a design shop

I love this building

Zebra crossing

The Shard

The Boot and Flogger

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Memorial to the Winchester Geese

The Boot and Flogger - London's first real wine bar opened in 1964 by John Davy trading as a Free Vintner a privilege granted by the Worshipful Company of Vintners.    It is home to some of the most original private rooms in the area. 

Assorted high rise buildings

St Christopher's Inn Yard

War memorial

The Shard

We had an excellent lunch at The George Inn owned by the National Trust.   I had a steak and ale pie as usual.

The greengrocer at Borough Market has to put the display away every day

It was cold and we were wet so we went home early.   The journey was marred by a half hour delay at West Hampstead, but we arrived home before the snow...