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Sunday, March 16, 2008

The London Stone

Shot with Olympus E510

The London Stone is an unexceptional looking stone set in a hard to find viewing area of an ordinary wall in Cannon Street. It is also possibly one of the oldest London artefacts, dating back possibly to the Druids, with a history that has often ascribed magical or mystic powers to it. Read all about it here and see what can be seen of it from the street (not a lot) here.

See where on the London Daily Photo Map

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posted by Ham at 23:37 -- Comments here: 2

Comments on "The London Stone"


Blogger Chuck Pefley said ... (04:56) : 

OK, Ham, I give up ... just what is "London Stone"? Looks like some kind of carved stone grating in the wall. Care to elaborate?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (13:53) : 

London stone? Never heard of it. Can't find it in wiki and have not seen it on the Discovery Channel.

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