December 23rd 2016

Geocaching the British Library and a trip to the
Natural History Museum
, London
(unfortunately photography is prohibited in the Sir John Ritblat Gallery, but we did get to see the
Anglo Saxon Chronicles, Magna Carta, The Lindisfarne Gospels, Leonardo da Vinci's notebook, Handel's Messiah
and hundreds more)

Terminal for the Channel Tunnel Rail Link
St Pancras Railway Station, London
The Meeting Place Statue
by Paul Day, 2007
St Pancras Railway Station
Refurbished in 2007 at a cost of £800 million.
St Pancras Railway Station, London
Designed by William Henry Barlow and constructed with a single-span iron roof,
St Pancras Railway Station was opened to the public in 1868.
Geocaching the 'Planets' by Antony Gormley, outside the British Library
Geocaching inside the British Library
The picture moves as you walk around
British Library, London
And this is how its done.
British Library, London
A letter written on gold.
British Library, London
Manuscript cabinet.
British Library, London
Burmese Butterfly Book.
British Library, London
The Klencke Atlas.
British Library, London
Six-storey King's Library Tower, containing George III's books.
British Library, London
Dippy, a plaster cast replica of the fossilised bones of a Diplodocus carnegii skeleton.
Natural History Museum, London
Full size Blue Whale, Hintze Hall,
Natural History Museum, London
Dinasaur Skulls.
Natural History Museum, London.
Front Foyer of the
Natural History Museum, London.
2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami Memorial
by architects Carmody Groarke, 2011.
At 115 Tonnes it is the largest rock transported in the UK since Stonehenge. Located in the gardens of the Natural History Museum, London.
Animatronix Dinasaur
Natural History Museum, London.
Baby Dinasuars.
Natural History Museum, London.
More Animatronix Dinasaurs.
Natural History Museum, London.
Displays at the Natural History Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London
The Fossil mollusc collection has more than five million specimens as well as 71,000 specimens of fossil sponges.
Natural History Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London
Marine animals, birds, minerals and mamal exhibitions. Natural History Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London

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