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The Cockney Pride, Piccadilly London (1976)  Photo:  Cockney Pride Piccadilly Circus | Flickr - Photo Sharing! www.flickr.com - 640 × 449 - Search by image  Was so sad when it closed.   I think another has opened since but it could never be the same.

The Cockney Pride, Piccadilly London (1976) Photo: Cockney Pride Piccadilly Circus | Flickr - Photo Sharing! www.flickr.com - 640 × 449 - Search by image Was so sad when it closed. I think another has opened since but it could never be the same.

Harchards bookshop, Piccadilly, London - my favourite bookshop

Hatchards Booksellers, opened by John Hatchard in in Piccadilly. The oldest surviving bookshop in London.

Regent Palace Hotel, Piccadilly,, london

Piccadilly Circus is central London's busiest spot, but budget Piccadilly Circus hotels are hard to find. Check out the Regent Palace Hotel (sweet) in Piccadilly Circus and the Piccadilly Backpacker's Hostel (not so much).

Burlington Arcade.Burlington Arcade runs from behind Bond Street to Piccadilly. The arcade is a traditionally upmarket shopping venue, known for its jewelry, expensive fashions, antiques and other luxury goods. www.burlington-arcade.co.uk

Burlington Arcade runs from behind Bond Street to Piccadilly. The arcade is a traditionally upmarket shopping venue, known for its jewelry, expensive fashions, antiques and other luxury goods.

Air Street - Piccadilly. First appeared on ratebooks in 1658 - probably named after local brewer, Thomas Ayres, who held the leases.

This is one of those magical London streets you never hear about and discover, dancing with delight, because you’re WALKING and not riding a tour bus or the tube. Air Street is.

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Billingsgate Fish Market jetty looking north towards Tower Bridge, c. The two rigged vessels on the right are Dutch eel schuyts.

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