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The Shard

Uploaded by: Timsphotos

Wednesday May 8, 2013

Greater London, United Kingdom

Caption: The tallest building in Wester Europe on the Southbank of London above London Bridge Station.It stands 72 storeys and 308m tall.



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2. canuckjune
4:06 PM GMT on May 10, 2013
I imagine the view from the top story is very beautiful too.
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1. Timsphotos
3:55 PM GMT on May 10, 2013
The first lift takes you to the 33rd floor then the 2nd to the 69th and then stairs to the viewing areas on the 71st and 72nd floors.The lift travels at 6m per second,and you dont know you are going that fast.Luckily it was a clear day when we went up with 41 of our group organisers.
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About Timsphotos


Iam a British coach driver who tours around the UK and sometimes Europe.I take my camera with me all the time and photography helps me pass the time away.Iam lucky to see various locations I would not normally visit on family trips.

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