RMS3X5WP–Sheet music and roses for ‘I’ll walk beside you’, the 1939 popular, sentimental British song of 3 verses. Popularised by John McCormack (d1945), it was sung by many others eg Vera Lynn.
RMS3X2GP–Man and boy transitting terminals at Munich International Airport (Franz Josef Strauss) in Germany. Munich has extensive and very modern facilities with an emphasis on care for passengers.
RMS3X21C–Male figure walking inside the Stoa of Attalos in Athens, Greece. This Stoa was used for trades, commerce and promenading for 400 years until destroyed in AD267. Re-constructed mostly in 1953-6.
RMS3WXCA–Female checking a phone outside an elegant house on Dionysiou Areopagitou, Athens.This popular pedestrian way has exclusive properties near the Acropolis Museum and with clear views of the Acropolis.
RMS3WR36–Mizen Head, the most southerly point of mainland Ireland, showing the iconic footbridge to the Signal Station, and the path from the Mizen Head Visitor Centre. The new bridge was opened in 2011.
RMS3WR2T–Enthusiastic spectators at Yorkshire County Cricket Club Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground, on June 27th, 2022 for the final day of the Test Match between England & New Zealand. Admission was free.
RMS3WJT9–Part of the Tsisdarakis Mosque in Monastiraki Square in Athens, Greece. Built in 1759 as an Ottoman mosque and later used as a barracks, prison and store. Now part of the Museum of Greek Folk Art.
RMS3WH8H–Lendal Tower, a medieval (1300), Grade I listed building on the bank of the River Ouse in York, UK. Built to control river toll payments, and later for water supply and offices. Now it is for rent.
RMS3WH83–A corner of The Treasurer’s House in York, UK. This is a Grade I listed historic house close to York Minster. This historic building was restored between 1897-1900, although with a 2,000 year history.
RMS3W22E–A summer evening scene on Woodhouse Moor, Leeds, near the university area. A popular urban park with origins to English Civil War times, the land was bought by Leeds Corporation in 1857.
RFS3TWNK–The view from Platform 17 of Leeds railway station, UK, showing the Leeds Liverpool Canal, a lock, barges, and historic and modern buildings. First in use in 1774, the canal is 127 miles long (204km).
RMS3TD2J–Red ball (traditional) cricket against Kent at Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds, UK, home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club, on 29th April, 2022. Planes fly overhead to nearby Leeds-Bradford Airport.
RMS3TD0G–Red ball (traditional) cricket against Kent at Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds, UK, home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club, on 29th April, 2022. This shows the new Howard Stand.
RMS3T37F–Part of the Roman Emperor Hadrian’s Library (132-4AD) in the Plaka area of Athens, Greece. It was built to house archives as well as being used for lectures and discussions.
RMS3T294–Part of the Roman Emperor Hadrian’s Library (built 132-4 AD) in the Plaka district of Athens, Greece. It was built to house archives and documents, and for lectures and discussions.
RMS3T17M–The Stoa of Attalos in Athens was widely used for trades, commerce and promenading for 400 years until destroyed in AD267. Massively re-constructed, mostly in 1953-6, it includes the Agora Museum.
RMS3RXKJ–The old Greek National Library in Athens with a statue (by Bonanos) of its benefactor Vallianos in front. This building is part of a classical trilogy of buildings along Panepistimiou Street, Athens.
RMS3RXKC–Statue of the British Prime Minister W E Gladstone (1809-98) by Vitalis, before the old National University of Athens building, Greece. He was a classical scholar who wrote a 500 page book on Homer.
RMS3RWXF–The outside of The Mall in Marousi, Athens, Greece, the first large shopping mall constructed in Greece and one of the largest in south east Europe. Built close to the Olympic site, it opened in 2005.
RMS3RWFF–Statue of Yannis Makriyannis (1797-1864), a general in the Greek War of Independence (1821) and an important figure in its battles and thereafter in public life. This statue is close to the Acropolis.
RMS3R07P–The elegant south frontage of the Gare de l’Est in Paris, France, a major mainline railway station in the 10th Arrondissment. Opened in 1849, it serves the east of Paris and into Central Europe.
RFS3R070–Elegant apartments high on Rue Lamarck at the eastern side of the Sacre Coeur Basilica in Paris. Nearby are extensive views over Paris. Below, at street level are numerous restaurants.
RMS3PXH2–Unusual piano in the foyer of the University of Leeds Brotherton Library. A nearby sign advertises treasures held in the Special Collections. The Leeds International Piano Competition is a partner.
RMS3PTR2–Black background showing gentleman’s gold accessories: a vintage Waltham (USA) Equity gold pocket watch, an Accurist Shockmaster Anti-magnetic gold wrist watch and a pair of vintage gold cuff links.
RFS3PTBK–Cricket (batting) pads awaiting putting into the cricket bag alongside other equipment for the game. These leg guards are essential protection for a cricketer alongside other equipment.
RFS3PTBH–Getting ready at home for the game of cricket. Batting pads (leg guards) and short-sleeved sweater lined up against the wall, ready for the cricket bag along with the other items.
RFS3PRGE–Gentlemen’s elegant blue and white striped shirt with two accessories - a gold wrist watch and gold cuff links - all laid out in the afternoon sun ready to use.
RMS3PHGT–A simple, plain white corridor and corner space at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (2000) in Athens, Greece, in the massive, converted Syngrou-Fix brewery building.
RMS3PHGC–Basilica of Sacre-Coeur in Paris, France, seen from the bass of the butte of Montmartre. It is 131m high (430 feet) and has 5 domes. A children’s carousel and silhouetted figures are seen below.
RFS3P79R–A de luxe lunch of smoked salmon and cream cheese triangular brown sandwiches, served with a salad garnish and with a stainless steel cafetière of black coffee. All served on simple white crockery.
RFS3NYM7–Extensive escalators at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (2000) in Athens, Greece, in the massive, converted Syngrou-Fix brewery building. This has large Greek and International Collections.
RMS3NWE7–The Pont Neuf (New Bridge: 1578-1607) over the River Seine in Paris, the oldest city bridge and linking the Right and Left Banks. It has undergone much repair and rebuilding over time.
RMS3NW22–An artist painting by the River Seine in Paris, France, facing the Left Bank, near the Pont Neuf (New Bridge: 1578-1607), the oldest bridge over the river. A bronze statue of King Henry IV is nearby.
RFS3NRDC–Sacre-Coeur Basilica (1875-1914), Montmartre, Paris, with the statues of Louis IX (L) and Joan of Arc (R). High up at 131m/430ft and with 5 domes, it was built on 83 pillars sunk 40m/131 ft deep.
RFS3NBB0–The Eiffel Tower, Paris, France, seen from the River Seine near the Pont d’lena. Opened on the 31st March 1889, originally as the centrepiece of the World’s Fair, it is an international global icon.
RFS3NAHE–A bronze statue of Greek-American opera singer Maria Callas (1923-77), by Aphrodite Liti, near the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Callas was arguably the world’s most famous opera singer.
RMS3N0HB–Part of City Square, Leeds, showing the former General Post Office (1896) and No 1 City Square (1998). Other nearby buildings are Mill Hill Chapel, the Queen’s Hotel, and the former Majestic Cinema.
RFS3N0GY–A city centre defibrillator on Bond Street, Leeds UK. This is to give a high-energy electric shock to someone in cardiac arrest to save life.The body’s heart can then re-start a normal sinus rhythm.
RMS3MEA1–Late night shopping for the New Year on Panepistimiou Street, Athens, Greece. Athens always has delightful illuminations and decorations at this time of the year.
RMS3ME9R–Awaiting take-off in an Airbus A319 at Munich Airport on the evening of December31st 2021. Travelling on New Year’s Eve during the Coronavirus Pandemic was quiet.
RFS3ME9H–Present of colourful locally-made handmade chocolate delights for a Greek family on Christmas Day. Children delighted in picking their favourite colours and shapes.
RFS3ME96–Traditional Greek fireplace at Christmas. Greece, though, celebrates the New Year more. New Year’s Eve is a special family time with a meal, game and celebrations.
RMS3KX7G–Winter scene on the Acropolis, Athens, Greece, close to the Parthenon. Visitors are grouped near the Greek flag in a small Belvedere to admire the views. Behind is Hymettus (1026m), a mountain range.
RMS3KW4J–Biblical scene over the entrance of the Metropolitan Cathedral on Mitropoleos Square, Athens, Greece. Designed by Hansen, building started in 1842 using marble from demolished churches.
RFS3KRYX–The ancient olive tree near the Erechtheion (Temple) on the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Said to be planted by the goddess Athena, seeds and branches were replanted around Attica over centuries.
RMS3KRY7–The ancient, historic olive tree near the Erechtheion on the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Reputed to be planted by the goddess Athena, the original seed and branches were replanted over centuries.
RMS3KPE3–‘The Pool’, adjacent to the Roger Stevens’ lecture theatres at the University of Leeds, UK. This has plants, wildlife, and outdoor seating and is popular in summer. Nearby is a Sustainable Garden.
RFS3KPED–A Ferris Wheel in central Leeds, UK, outlined against the Central Library and Leeds Art Gallery on The Headrow, the main city thoroughfare. This is a part of the attractions for Christmas.
RMS3KNM1–Three Red Cross First Aiders waiting to attend a performance at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, adjacent to the Acropolis and Parthenon in Athens, Greece. The Odeon seats 5-6,000 people.
RMS3KN0A–The statue of Socrates, and behind, Apollo on a column, both outside The Academy of Athens, Greece. Both statues were created by Leonidas Drosis in the 1870s.
RMS3KHG1–The former mansion in Athens, Greece, from 1882-1921, of Ernst Ziller, celebrated architect of Athens, and later of Loverdos, the banker. Restored and re-opened, it is decorative and beautiful inside.
RFS3KH2X–Restored, decorative and elegant neo-classical building in Mitropoleos Street, central Athens, Greece. Despite earlier city-centre demolitions, there are many such buildings awaiting restoration.
RFS3KH25–A Victorian terrace adjacent to the Marjorie & Arnold Ziff Building on the campus of the University of Leeds, UK. Many original properties still stand there and are incorporated into the university.
RMS3KDDN–Evening street scene with tourists, shops, and street vendors in the Makrygianni district of central Athens, Greece, near to the Acropolis Museum and Dionysiou Areopagitou street.
RFS3KCHW–The 1970 Roger Stevens lecture theatre building at the University of Leeds, UK. An innovative, bold design in reinforced concrete, containing many multi-level lecture theatres of varying capacities.
RMS3KCJ7–The National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Greece, a world-class museum with very important and rich collections of artefacts from around the Greek world.Completed in 1889 in neo-classical style.
RFS3K9Y2–The Academy of Athens, Greece, late at night, the oldest and highest research institution in Greece. The building is part of an architectural trilogy alongside the National Library and the University.
RMS3K70F–The 1903 National Library of Greece in central Athens, part of a trilogy of classical buildings there. Now largely superseded by the new National Library at Faliro designed by Renzo Piano.
RMS3K6CT–The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Annunciation (Metropolis) in Athens, Greece. Designed by Hansen, building started in 1842 using marble from demolished churches. The cathedral is an iconic building.
RFS3K6BR–Deserted Pesmazoglou Stoa at night in central Athens, Greece. Athens has many stoas (arcades or covered walkways), often with attractive shops and cafes. Some stoas have specialised shops (eg CDs).
RMS3K179–Mural by Navine Khan-Dossos on the former Santa Rosa Courthouse in Athens, Greece, as part of the 2021 Athens Biennale. The mural uses ‘xysta’, a style of black & white decoration from Chios Island.
RMS3JYEE–The world class Acropolis Museum of Athens, Greece, designed by Tschumi & Photiades, and opened in 2009. It is on the slopes of the Acropolis and has won many European and World Awards.
RMS3JYC3–Two street vendors of food, snacks and drinks awaiting customers on Dionysiou Areopagitou, close to the Acropolis Museum and Acropolis in Athens, Greece. This is a popular place for strolling.
RFS3JWP5–Empty class or lecture room awaiting an audience to arrive. Neatly arranged and with high quality furniture and neat presentation of the room.
RMS3JWPC–The Head Quarters of the Bank of Greece on Panepistimiou Street, Athens, Greece. Completed in 1938, this is a landmark and prestigious building. The Bank supervises all the banks in Greece.
RFS3JCF7–Architectural decoration on the concourse of Nottingham Railway Station, an ‘Edwardian Baroque Revival style’ building using red brick, terracotta and faience.Opened in 1848, it was rebuilt in 1904.
RMS3J9X8–Trinity Leeds, at night, a large retail and leisure centre in Leeds UK. Named after nearby Holy Trinity Church, a Grade I listed building of 1722-7. The sculpture of ‘Equis Altus’ is by Andy Scott.
RMS3J9WX–Trinity, Leeds, UK, at night, a large retail and leisure shopping centre in the city centre. Named after nearby Holy Trinity Church, a Grade I listed church of 1722-7, it opened anew in March 2003.
RFS3J8BW–The Gatehouse at Nottingham Castle, UK, taken from near RobinHood’s statue. The original castle of 1068was demolished in the 1650s, being replaced by a Georgian mansion, recently refurbished (£30m).
RFS3J8CH–Elegant Georgian town houses of 1788 on historic Castle Gate, Nottingham UK, near Nottingham Castle. Grade II listed buildings, they were converted and the interior re-designed c1970.
RMS3J4MW–The former Majestic cinema in Leeds UK,now re-designed and re-built.It is now the national head quarters of Channel 4 TV.A Grade II listed building in Beaux-Arts style,it has many decorative features.
RMS3J2HX–View of the harbour and South Bay sands at Scarborough, North Yorkshire, taken from near the Castle. Scarborough is a popular UK seaside resort developed in Victorian times by use of the railway.
RMS3J2HP–Evening view of Scarborough South Bay sands looking towards Filey and showing part of the Grand Hotel.Scarborough is a popular UK seaside resort developed in Victorian times by use of the railway.
RFS3J25E–St. Paul’s House, Park Square, Leeds. Formerly a clothing warehouse of 1878, maybe based on the Alhambra (‘Hispano-Moorish’ style). Only the facade in brick and terracotta remains.
RFS3J25D–St Paul’s House, Park Square, Leeds, UK. Formerly a clothing warehouse of 1878 (‘Hispano-Moorish’ style), maybe based on the Alhambra. Only the facade in brick and terracotta remains.
RMS3J0DB–Part of the former Majestic cinema in Leeds, UK, now re-designed and rebuilt and the National Head Quarters of Channel 4 TV. A Grade II listed building in Beaux-Arts style, it was opened in 1922.
RMS3HF2X–Wooden stairs to the footbridge over railway lines at Harrogate Rail Station, North Yorkshire, UK.Opened in 1862, this was largely rebuilt in 1964-5.Trains go to Leeds, London, York and elsewhere.
RMS3D15Y–Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, a Russell Group Research Intensive University, showing The Quadrangle on a Spring afternoon from near the Main Site Tower and Graduate School.
RFS3CM5N–A January winter morning over the north Kirklees area of West Yorkshire, England. Snow, ice, frost, and mist shroud the landscape looking towards the south from on high.
RMS3CC14–Leeds railway station, West Yorkshire, UK, a major mainline station on 2nd November 2020, during coronavirus restrictions, showing entry and exit gates on the recently-designed, expanded concourse.
RMS3CC0H–A modern, mixed-sex hair salon at night in a UK city centre. It is all cleaned, prepared and organised for the next day’s staff, clients and work.
RFS3CA12–Noted Greek singer Tina Alexopoulou in Paris, in her acclaimed tribute performance to Melina Mercuri, the famous Greek actress, singer, film star & politician. Tina has performed this in 3 countries.
RMS3C157–On the morning after a Brexit withdrawal agreement was signed between the EU and the UK. 25.12.2020. A last minute deal was fixed to avoid a catastrophic no deal departure from the EU by the UK.
RFS3AY0M–The octagonal ‘Tower of the Winds’ in the Roman Agora, Athens, Greece. Built in Pentelic marble by Andronicus (1st C BC) it has weather vanes, sundial, hydraulic clock and 8 wind gods depicted.
RMS3AWN4–Part of the richly-decorated ceiling and balcony of the Victoria Hall of Leeds Town Hall, Yorkshire, UK. Built 1852-8, this important civic building showed the city’s wealth and importance.
RMS3AT6G–Clifford’s Tower, York, UK (late 13C), a ruined ‘keep’ built on the earlier ‘motte and bailey’ York Castle of William the Conqueror. It had varied past uses, including as a prison and a royal mint.
RMS3ANRX–Part of the richly-decorated Victoria Hall (concert hall) of Leeds Town Hall, Yorkshire, UK. Built 1852-8 by Cuthbert Brodrick, this important civic building showed the city’s wealth and importance.
RMS3AC6X–York railway station, Yorkshire, UK, a large historic station between London and Scotland. Opened in 1877, the then largest in the world, it is noted for its design, architecture and spaciousness.
RFS3A5G9–Freshly-baked French Brioche loaf cut into slices ready for strawberry jam. Enriched pastry made with eggs and butter, Brioche is like a cross between pastry and bread and dates from the 1400s.
RMS3A5G3–The South Transept and door of York Minster, England, the oldest part of the Minster, taken from Minster Gate and showing the circular Rose Window relating to the War of the Roses (1455-85).
RMS3A5GD–The Guy Fawkes Inn in York, England, birthplace of Guy Fawkes (1570-1606), one of the Catholic plotters against King James the 1st in 1605. Fawkes was discovered guarding gunpowder below Parliament.
RMS38YMC–Man exiting a door of the Bank of England in the City of London. Both doors have insignias decorating them. Mock Corinthian columns are adjacent and Greek key decoration is above.
RFS38WNE–Modern, tall white mug with flattering greeting on the side, together with a picture of a black curly moustache below. Photographed against a vertically-striped wallpaper.
RMS38RXG–The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre and Park in Faliro, Athens, Greece. Designed by Renzo Piano, this includes the Greek National Opera, the Greek National Library and other facilities.
RMS38R90–The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre in Faliro, Athens, Greece. Designed by Renzo Piano, this centre and park includes the new National Library of Greece, and the Greek National Opera.
RMS38R97–Part of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre in Faliro, Athens, Greece. Designed by Renzo Piano, this Centre and Park includes the National Library of Greece and the Greek National Opera.
RMS38R83–A seller of snacks and drinks in the Makrygianni area, close to the Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece. The area is named after a Greek Independence War general who lived nearby.
RMS38D66–A Loyalist (Protestant) mural painted on a terrace house in the Shankill area of Belfast, Northern Ireland. These murals are famous symbols of the political and religious divides of the past.
RMS387A5–Part of a Republican mural in Northumberland Street in the Falls Road area of Belfast Northern Ireland. These murals are famous symbols of the political and religious divides of the past.
RMS38327–A highly-decorated house in Pyrgi on the Aegean island of Chios (Xios), Greece. The traditional decoration of ‘xysta’ (using black sand and whitewash) produces the famous geometric patterns.
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