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The King's Wardrobe

By SlowSong
The Royal Wardrobe was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666 and these are the new buildings which are now luxury appartments.

The original building, just off Carter Lane by St Paul's, was a 14th-century house sold to King Edward III shortly after the death of its owner in 1359. It served primarily as a storehouse for the King's State and ceremonial robes. Cloths and hangings, as used at Coronations, Funerals and other occasions of State, were also kept here.

Many thanks to Oliver, Bill, Ken, Leo, Richard and David for their UAs on my bit of old concrete. Much appreciated. Smile

Tags: Street photography London House Architecture Black and white

Voters: Saastad, mike9005, mrswoolybill and 24 more


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6 Jun 2019 1:45PM
Fine mono!

Arne

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mrswoolybill Plus
12 1.6k 2080 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2019 1:56PM
I think I need to drop hints, my wardrobe is definitely too small! Wink
mac Plus
18 2 Scotland
6 Jun 2019 3:52PM
Lovely mono tones.
Ian
Fefe Plus
7 33 31 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2019 4:01PM
Beautiful light and shade, great mono!
Diane
6 Jun 2019 4:19PM
Beautiful composition and interesting caption.

Lory
6 Jun 2019 6:14PM
A huge wardrobe...

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