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UK Charing Cross and St Pancras Hotel rooftops, London - February 2015

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I'm sort of a newbie again after my semi retirement so you'll have to bear with me! Visited a couple of London rooftops during a visit down south earlier this year. It was a cold, windy February so the photos are lacking a bit in quality unfortunately.

 

Both done on the same morning/evening. Last one was a 5 minutes visits before catching my train back home. 

 

Charring Cross Hotel 

 

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St Pancras Hotel 

 

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Thanks for looking . . . 

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30 minutes ago, The_Raw said:

Loving these, always wanted to have a pop at that hotel, you must have worn your best glad rags to get in there :lol: 

 

:comp: 

And D Raw, I always dress up for exploring ;-)

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