London Eye (crs)

London Eye
Construction
London Eye
From Westminster Bridge
London Eye
From Westminster Bridge
London Eye
From Queen's Walk
London Eye
From Queen's Walk
London Eye
From Queen's Walk
      
London Eye
A Gondola
London Eye
Toward the Jubilee Gardens
London Eye
Some of the Works
London Eye
London Eye
Big Ben
London Eye
Big Ben
      
London Eye
Some of the Works
London Eye
Some of the Works
London Eye
Some of the Works
London Eye
Some of the Works
London Eye
Some of the Works
London Eye
Some of the Works
      
London Eye
Some of the Works
London Eye
North along River Thames
London Eye
Westminster Palace
London Eye, Westminster Palace
Victoria Tower
London Eye
Charing Cross Station
London Eye
      
London Eye
Cleopatra's Needle
London Eye
Whitehall, Buckingham Palace
London Eye
Some of the Works
London Eye
St. Paul's
London Eye
London Eye
Whitehall, St Jame's Park
      
London Eye
Westminster Palace
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Cardinal Place
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Charing Cross Station, Skyline
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Buchingham Palace
London Eye
Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade
London Eye
Buchingham Palace
      
London Eye
London Eye
Westminster Palace
London Eye
South along the Thames
London Eye
London Eye
Waterloo Station
London Eye
Westminster Palace
      
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Westminster Palace
London Eye
Westminster Palace
London Eye
Westminster Palace
London Eye
Westminster Palace
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Queen's Walk, St. Paul's
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Along Queen's Walk
      

 

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Built for the year 2,000 celebration, the London Eye is a giant continuous motion Ferris wheel.  It is 443 feet tall and revolves once each 30 minutes.  Passengers are in an enclosed oval compartment which holds up to 25 people.  One may walk around and look out at various aspects of the city.

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