London panorama taking in the view across London. Some south London landmarks can be seen including Battersea Power Station, Waterloo Station and the BFI Imax, and the front of the Imperial War Museum between the trees. View at fullscreen and zoom in to see the detail and you will pick out many more London sights […]
Millennium Wheel: here you can read about Millennium Wheel in virtual tours and see examples of Millennium Wheel 360 virtual tours.
On its completion in 1999, standing 135 metres tall, the Millennium Wheel (now known as the London Eye) was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world. It has since been surpassed by a number of newer wheels in China and Singapore. Standing on the South Bank of the River Thames the wheel has become London’s most popular tourist attraction, offering the public unrivalled views of the City, until the opening of The Shard’s viewing platform in 2013. It has become one of London’s iconic structures, a symbol of a city moving into the new millennium.
Looking beyond the greenery of Hampstead Heath towards London and its iconic Landmarks. The newly completed Shard is a striking addition to the skyline. The panorama stretches from BT Tower in the west to Broadgate Tower in the City of London.
In this panorama you can view The Shard under construction, with Canary Wharf seemingly just behind it. The level of resolution allows you to zoom in and see an incredible level of detail. Please click the ‘Fullscreen’ button for the best viewing experience and you can further explore the image to find many more of […]
A panoramic view between Waterloo Bridge and Hungerford Bridge (also known as Charing Cross Railway Bridge) with the London Eye at its centre. Also visible in this panorama are the Shell Centre, County Hall and the Sea Life London Aquarium, the Royal Festival Hall and St Thomas’ Hospital. The image is designed to print at […]
London panorama captured from Waterloo Bridge over the River Thames looking west along the South Bank towards Festival Pier, Hungerford Bridge, the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
London cityscape panorama of the Millennium Wheel (London Eye). This panorama is available at a very high resolution (much higher than is shown here), making it ideal for large-scale use such as 96 sheets, special builds, street furniture and building wraps, or in interior design, as one-off wallpapers, prints or posters. To see a larger […]