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Red phone booths used to be all over the city, but these days there are less and less – and further between them. The best way to catch a lot of these distinctive little boxes in one shot (with a great backdrop too) is on Great George Street in Westminster. There's a booth every few steps with a view of Big Ben in the background.   [i]Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AD[/i]

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View of Big Ben from Westminster Bridge | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A view of Big Ben (properly known as St Stephen's Tower). Big Ben is actually the clock inside the tower. Taken from Westminster Bridge on a cold and snowy morning in February, 2009. And yes, those are great big snow flakes coming down! *FOOTNOTE - as the discussion below shows, the tower is best and more properly known at the Clock Tower.

14 January 1955: Westminster Bridge.

London was covered in "fog" at the beginning of the 20th Century, culminating in the Great Smog in 1952.

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Travel Art Art is the best way of seeing the world when travel isn’t possible. Explore our curation of travel art for a trip around the globe. See from tourist favorites landmarks–the Eiffel tower– to hidden gems like the breathtaking landscapes of Yosemite National Park. Whether you find a cozy reminder of home, your dream destinations, or even cool maps of the world, our handcrafted frames will give it the perfect finishing touch. The Print This photographic print leverages sophisticated…

9.55 | The lighting standards on Westminster Bridge are alre… | Flickr

The lighting standards on Westminster Bridge are already very ornate but when the light begins to fade and the lamps come on they give off a gorgeous green tinged light. Westminster Bridge was one of the designated meeting points for the Photo 24 London participants. As a result we'd been walking up, down, around, over, and under it for well over an hour checking out all the great views it seems to offer. I took a similar shot to this during the daylight hours but really wanted to return…