Might as will start off with a very recognizable picture in England.
Big Ben is actually the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, and is often extended to refer to the clock or the clock tower as well.
This is the London Eye
The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel, at a height
of 443 ft, is the largest Ferris wheel in Europe.
It was erected, in 1999 for the new Millennium.
Charing Cross station (on the left of the picture), also known as London Charing Cross, is a central London railway terminus. It is unusual among London's railway termini in that its services connect it to two of the others, Waterloo via Waterloo East and London Bridge.
Dover Castle is situated at Dover, Kent on the east coast of
England, and has been described as the "Key to England"
due to its defensive significance throughout history.
Norman Built in the 12th Century Saxon / Norman. Under Henry II
The site also contained one of Dover's two 80 foot (24 m) high
Roman lighthouses (or Pharoses), one of which still survives.
Now back to morden times.
Here are two people makeing phone calls.
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Started on: 18 October 2009
Last revised: 15 August, 2012 by ThistleGroup