From Victoria Embankment Gardens, we walked towards London Charing Cross train station. Once in-front of it, we’re able to see Nelson’s column looming. Nelson’s Column is in Trafalgar Square and is a monument erected in remembrance of Admiral Nelson, who died in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Trafalgar Square is a public space and tourist attraction in central London. Many may not notice or know Britain’s smallest police station is located at one corner of it. London’s secret in the open yet many passed by unaware.
London Charing Cross train station diagonally opposite Trafalgar Square.
Nelson’s Column from across London Charing Cross train station.
Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square guarded by four lions at its base.
Trafalgar Square and it’s fountain. National Gallery in the background.
Britain’s smallest police station is located in Trafalgar Square.
Just across Trafalgar Square, is our country’s Tourism Malaysia London office next to Charing Cross underground.
Tourism Malaysia London office.
Tourism Malaysia office next to Charing Cross underground.
View across Trafalgar Square.
Another view across Trafalgar Square. Admiralty arch behind Tourism Malaysia office. British & Malaysian flags.
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- Hippos Yawn & Wave Rock, Hyden, Western Australia
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