Imperial War Museum, London by Tony Reed
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This is the front facade of the Imperial War Museum, situated south of the River Thames in London. The museum was re-opened in its present location in 1936 by the Duke of York, who later went on to be crowned King George VI.
The building that houses the museum was formerly part of the Bethlem Royal Hospital, or ‘Bedlam’!

Nikon D40, f5, 0.62 sec, iso800

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london, museum, england, history, war


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  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 3 years ago


    ( To help us tidy up the group it would be appreciated if you could remove as many of your older works as possible – Thanks Audrey )
    If you have already done this THANK YOU

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