[email protected] is the UK’s largest indoor advertising screen, stretching 40 metres wide by 3 metres tall. It will certainly capture your attention if you’re wandering through the concourse at London’s Waterloo Station, the busiest train station in the UK with an annual footfall of over 100 million. The creation of JCDecaux, the sheer size of […]
Waterloo Bridge: here you can read about Waterloo Bridge in virtual tours and see examples of Waterloo Bridge 360 virtual tours.
Situated between Blackfriars Bridge and Hungerford Bridge, Waterloo Bridge first opened in 1817 as a toll bridge across the River Thames, London. Erosion took its toll on the on Bridge’s foundations and it was finally deemed irreparable in the 1920’s. The new bridge, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and constructed by Peter Lind & Company, opened in 1945.
The positioning of the bridge on a bend in the River Thames affords great panoramas of the City of London, Canary Wharf, the Houses of Parliament, the South Bank and Westminster.
A dramatic panorama of London, looking up the River Thames past Waterloo Bridge, Hungerford Bridge towards Westminster. The Sun’s rays are bursting through a stormy sky, illuminating many of London’s well known landmarks. These rays are known as crepuscular and often appear in conjunction with stratocumulus storm clouds. Visible in the panorama is the London […]
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 […]
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.
Panoramic view looking up the River Thames from Waterloo Bridge along London’s South Bank, past the National Theatre towards Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul’s Cathedral to the skyscrapers of the City of London, the Gherkin and Tower 42. Click the full screen button and zoom in to explore the details.