After the Churchill War Rooms tour, Ben brought me to the Buckingham Palace.
The Mall, a wide boulevard leading to the palace.
There were lots of tourists.
The Canada Gate.
A closer look at the Canada Gate.
The closest tourists can get, the Buckingham Palace Gate.
A close up look at the ornamental gate lock.
The Buckingham Place balcony where the royal family waves to crowds.
The Queen’s Jubilee markings on the ground outside the Buckingham Palace Gate.
The Queen Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace.
A close up look at the Queen Victoria Monument.
A view of The Mall from the Queen Victoria Memorial.
A Sentry guard.
Another shot of a Sentry guard on duty.
A memorial statue of Queen Elizabeth I at The Mall.
Admirality Arch at the far end of The Mall, leading into Trafalgar Square.
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There are far fewer tourists in your photos than when we visited one year in early September. Judging by your attire and the grey skies you went in the off season. Didn’t know there was a Canada Gate, that’s nice to see.