One of London’s lost rivers joins the Thames here. The Tyburn, which gave its name to the famous gallows, begins in Hampstead and now runs entirely underground.
8 bronze statues were added to Vauxhall Bridge in 1907 to make it less plain. Alfred Drury designed the 4 on the downstream piers, representing Science, Fine Arts, Local Government and Education.
Bloody freezing when you walk over this bridge. The wind cuts through everything.
Take a look to the left to see mi6 from 007 sky fall
It's more fun to go under than over.
Good place to watch NY fireworks from on a short notice.
Vauxhall and I.
Bom dia galera londres esta em comemoracao ... Mas hj tudo voltou ao normal ...