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|This includes, Marble Arch, British Museum, Tower Bridge, Thames Barrier and more.||12/15/2005||557|
|Moore station would have been on the main line London to Scotland of the |
London and North Western Railway Company until 1923, then the London Midland
Railway until 1948, when it was on the London Midland Region of British Railways.
|British Airways created an executive flight service from London City to New York with a stop for refuiling at Shannon, using the Airbus A318. one of these airpalnes is seen at London city airport before starting another service.||03/13/2011||343|
|Sir Charles Barry, who also designed the Houses of Parliament and the Trafalgar Square precinct in London, designed the British Embassy a massive relic of the old empire.||10/31/2005||356|
|Formally known as the Le Meridien Russell, the hotel was built in 1898 and is one of the finest original four star deluxe Victorian hotels in London with 373 newly refurbished bedrooms. It is superbly located in the heart of Bloomsbury, with the British Museum, Covent Garden and Oxford Street within comfortable walking distance.||11/17/2006||282|
|Began as the British Museum's Department of Printed Books in 1753. Present site bought 1975. Officially opened 1998.
|The Royal Air Force Museum at Hendon in London opened in 1972 and at that time housed some 36 aircraft. Over the following years, however, some 130 aircraft had been acquired for the Museum.||01/30/2006||363|
|FORT MARLBOROUGH is an old fortress Built in 1713 till 1719 by British East India. As a British colonial heritage, Marlborough is located in the main street of Bengkulu. Inside the building, there is a subway connected to the outside. It was as the second strongest fort built by British in the east after Fort George in Madras, India. Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles in 1817 was appointed by British ...||01/30/2007||681|
|anoptikum (Waxworks Museum) Hamburg , Germany|
Panoptikum (Waxworks Museum) At No. 3 Spielbudenplatz stands the Panoptikum (Waxworks Museum) which since 1979 has exhibited "The World of Wax". It is a more modest version of the waxworks in London and Paris. Of the former 280 wax figures that were destroyed during the Second World War approximately 100 have been replaced. ...
|Various museums in NYC - Guggenheim Museum, Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, Jewish Museum, Whitney Museum, Frick Collection, Pierpont Morgan Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art, the Cloisters.||08/13/2005||611|
|Quite possibly the most common company at London Heathrow, here we have a 747.||10/17/2006||319|
|The tail image looks like "Nalanji Dreaming". ||06/05/2007||3,724|