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Preparations being made to fly the Union Flag from the flagpole atop Victoria Tower, Palace of Westminster. This is 1946 and the camera has caught a glimpse of one of the three emergency bridges thrown across the Thames during WW2.

Preparations being made to fly the Union Flag from the flagpole atop Victoria Tower, Palace of Westminster. This is 1946 and the camera has caught a glimpse of one of the three emergency bridges thrown across the Thames during WW2.

From 1778 to 1798 James Lackington, the bookseller, had a shop at No. 32, Finsbury Place South in the southeast corner of Finsbury Square called "The Temple of the Muses". The shop had a frontage of 140 feet and was one of the sights of London. On top of the building was a dome with a flagpole, which flew a flag when Mr. Lackington was in residence. In the middle of the shop was a huge circular counter around which, it was said, a coach and six could have been driven, so large were the…

From 1778 to 1798 James Lackington, the bookseller, had a shop at No. 32, Finsbury Place South in the southeast corner of Finsbury Square called "The Temple of the Muses". The shop had a frontage of 140 feet and was one of the sights of London. On top of the building was a dome with a flagpole, which flew a flag when Mr. Lackington was in residence. In the middle of the shop was a huge circular counter around which, it was said, a coach and six could have been driven, so large were the…

Union Jack flying high over St Paul's and The City of London | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Union Jack flying high over St Paul's and The City of London | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

"Hordes of photographers descended on Savemain pharmacy in Essex Road, Islington, after so-called "guerrilla artist" Banksy painted a large mural on the wall. It depicts three children pledging allegiance to a flagpole with a Tesco plastic bag flying Fantastic street art from #London - More @

"Hordes of photographers descended on Savemain pharmacy in Essex Road, Islington, after so-called "guerrilla artist" Banksy painted a large mural on the wall. It depicts three children pledging allegiance to a flagpole with a Tesco plastic bag flying Fantastic street art from #London - More @

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