Some postcards bought in London in 1968. The photographs may well have been taken before that. The text following the images is that from the postcard, unless otherwise indicated.
By night as by day Tower Bridge controls the passing of vessels into the Pool of London.
[For comparison, here is a 1996 postcard.]
Sentry at Tower of London
A sentry of the Scots Guards on duty at the Tower
[Again for comparison, a postcard from about 1996.]
Surrounded by the bright lights, the famous statue of Eros stands in the centre of the Circus with the entrance to Shaftesbury Avenue beyond and London's theatreland.
The statue is actually not of Eros but Anteros, and is no longer in the centre of the Circus, but can now be reached without crossing through traffic, as may be seen in Wikipedia's snap of the Circus in 2004.
Garry Gillard | New: 10 July, 2013 | Now: 1 July, 2017