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Aerial view: More than 15,000 photographs, including this picture of St Paul's Cathedral in London from March 1921, have been made freely available on the internet for the first time. www.britainfromabove.org.uk

The dome of St. Paul's Cathedral (undamaged) stands out among the flames and smoke of surrounding buildings during heavy attacks of the German Luftwaffe on December 29, 1940 in London, England.

One of a series of views along the Thames, John Virtue’s monochromatic landscape shows the dome of St Paul ’s Cathedral set against a white background. He employs various painting methods, using different tools that include brushes, rollers and spray guns. Diane, a member of staff, said this 'stopped me in my tracks when I saw it displayed in the State Rooms lobby whilst rushing by one day.'

In this room you have a bit more colour but most of the colours are soft. Here they’ve used bedding, soft toys and a wall hook to add touches of colour and the result is a charming space that feels stylish yet playful.

Temple Bar & Fleet Street, 1870. London. Moved to a wood near Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - overgrown with weeds and unloved until it was moved to Paternoster Sq next to St Paul's Cathedral in 2004.

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