I haven’t been to London for a while, so as the weather is warming up I thought it was time for a walk around the city. The plan was to head over to Parliament square and then maybe back along the South Bank or into the West End. I never really plan out my day, I just like to go with the flow.
Heading up to London on the train the clouds looked quite menacing, and I was hoping it didn’t rain as I had not brought a jacket with me. Oh well, can’t think of everything its bad enough choosing what camera gear to take.
On arrival at London Bridge station it was raining, not very heavy, but enough to seek shelter. After waiting about 15 minutes it had stopped so I headed to the Millennium Bridge crossing the River Thames towards St Pauls then turning left towards Victoria embankment.
I travelled to the town of Tunbridge Wells in the county of Kent UK, or to give it its full title Royal Tunbridge Wells, after King Edward VII granted the town its regal title in 1909, due to popularity with the royal family over the years.
The town has some very fine buildings dating back to the early 17th century when the discovery of the spring opened its Spa waters at the Chalybeate Spring, hence the name wells.
Eridge railway station in the county of East Sussex in England is located on the branch line from Uckfield. This line serves a fairly rural community as it winds its way through the county of East Sussex before sneaking into Kent and then joining the East Grinstead line at Oxted in Surrey.