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Tuesday, May 01, 2012

May Theme Day - Bakeries

Another worldwide city theme day, this time for May and the theme is Bakeries. The days are long gone when bakers could afford premises in Central London. This frieze above what is now an office block in Artillery Row is all that remains from that time. Inside, they built a sloping floor to help transport the flour.

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posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 9

Comments on "May Theme Day - Bakeries"


Blogger cara said ... (01:15) : 

It always surprises me what you see in London if you look up...I reckon if you sliced off the bottom story of all Central London buildings you'd have a really different place.


Blogger PerthDailyPhoto said ... (01:55) : 

Wonderful, hopefully this reminder of the past will be there for a long time to come.


Blogger Petrea Burchard said ... (05:53) : 

Oh I love that. Truly fascinating.


Blogger Hilda said ... (11:02) : 

These sculptures are amazing and I'm glad London has kept them. So sad about the real bakeries though.


Blogger Kate said ... (11:11) : 

The frieze is pretty interesting but so sad that bakeries have left the area.


Blogger Mark said ... (12:54) : 

Great reminder of the past.


Blogger Valladolid Daily Photo said ... (15:14) : 

A very good picture for theme day. I love the approach you have given to the subject.


Blogger LONDONLULU said ... (17:56) : 

A terrific reminder to always look up in great cities like London (true of New York City and Paris too!) -- there's another world up there.


Blogger Cathy Hudspeth said ... (22:12) : 

Your shot is amazing! Celebrating bakeries - cool!


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