I’ve chosen this shot for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge…

The River Thames seen from London Bridge. Tug Ionia pushes a barge load of sand up river on the incoming tide. In the background stands the Tower of London with walls that did their share of ‘retaining’ – ie: keeping political prisoners in πŸ˜‰

I think that counts for river, water, old building, walls, and hauling sand for industrial πŸ™‚

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I hope to be using some new images by the end of January for Cee’s challenges but to kick off my 2021 participation, here are some shots from my back catalogue..

Underground and Bus at Monument station – it’s also a Public Subway…

Buses in the Bus stand at Muswell Hill Broadway…

Here’s another bus passing The Windmill Public House in Upminster…

The Underground is also referred to as The Tube because its deep level lines travel in tubular Tunnels under central London – Victoria Line train at Warren Street…

Below ground at Monument station and a District Line Sub-Surface train to Upminster is just leaving…

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My desktop this month is a photo of London Underground C-Stock trains at Farringdon Station. Introduced in 1970, they provided services on the Circle and Hamersmith & City lines. They had a mid-life refurbishment beginning in 1989 which saw the original brushed aluminium finish replaced by the livery seen in this image which was taken in 2010. Withdrawal of the class began in 2012 and continued as replacement S-Stock arrived from the manufacturers. The last C-Stock service ran in June 2014.

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