A Weekend Diary

…words and images from England's green and pleasant land…

A visit to the Royal Free…

A power cut in Hampstead High Street this afternoon...

A power cut in Hampstead High Street this afternoon…

Founded in 1828 evidently...and when taking this a security guard advised me photography wasn't allowed in the Hospital ;)

Founded in 1828 evidently…and when taking this a security guard advised me photography wasn’t allowed in the Hospital 😉

The front entrance to The Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, London NW3

The front entrance to The Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, London NW3

A great piece of modern sculpture outside the hospital, with Pond Street beyond...

A great piece of modern sculpture outside the hospital, with Pond Street beyond…

The Roebuck pub, in Pond Street, opposite the hospital...

The Roebuck pub, in Pond Street, opposite the hospital…

Rosslyn Hill, NW3, off which Pond Street lies...

Rosslyn Hill, NW3, off which Pond Street lies…

On the way back to Hampstead Tube station, this is the southern end of Hampstead High Street...

On the way back to Hampstead Tube station, this is the southern end of Hampstead High Street…

Flask Walk, off Hampstead High Street...

Flask Walk, off Hampstead High Street…

Inside The Flask pub, a welcome pint of Guinness ;)...

Inside The Flask pub, a welcome pint of Guinness ;)…

Ballards Lane, North Finchley, and the Pitman's here, is where, in one of its previous incarnations, I met my partner some ten years ago ;)...

Ballards Lane, North Finchley, and the Pitman’s here, is where, in one of its previous incarnations, I met my partner some ten years ago ;)…

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2 thoughts on “A visit to the Royal Free…

  1. Terrific shots, the street scenes make it seem as though you’re there yourself.

  2. Thankyou for the kind comment :). I don’t make many visits to Hampstead in the course of a year, but it’s an interesting and attractive district of London, and I generally enjoy it when I do go there…even if it’s a hospital visit as this one was ;).

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