Alphabet of Greenwich L


Just realised it’s been a few weeks since the last Alphabet letter so today comes courtesy of the letter L.

 

Shouldn’t be too hard, this one

So looking forward to lots of suggestions

on a sunny November Wednesday

 

Looking forward to your suggestions…


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Laurens Bench
Laurens Bench

RENOIR
RENOIR

laurel gardens roger wood low
laurel gardens roger wood low

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Lavinia Fenton
Lavinia Fenton


13 Comments to “Alphabet of Greenwich L”

  1. methers says:

    Two from Greenwich Park:

    Lovers’ Walk
    LOCOG

  2. JR says:

    Lime Trees – oh wait, they’ve gone.

  3. WestCliffGB says:

    Let’s claim Laban

  4. Stephen says:

    Louis XIV in the Painted hall.

    Le Notre, Andre, Landscaper.

    Lodge in the park.

    Loos.

  5. JOF says:

    Line of Longtitude (I believe there’s a well-known one around Greenwich somewhere).
    Laser (see above).
    I assume the last photo of the chap in the scarf represents Local Government.

  6. scared of chives says:

    The last picture:

    Leader, Our Great AKA Lynn

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGt0Roy70EY

  7. David Carson says:

    Langton Way!

  8. capability bowes says:

    @ Jof. Not “local government” – “Loser!”

  9. Mary says:

    George Livesey – he built the east Greenwich gas works as the super works which would do everything better than anything else. His statue – by Pomroy – is currently languishing at the back of the ex-Livesey Museum in Southwark.
    - he was the subject of my Masters – happy to talk about him at enormous length

  10. RogerW says:

    Love…

    (That should actually say Lovell’s but the end doesn’t seem anywhere in sight)

  11. sara says:

    Lauren’s bench is dedicated to the “Littlest Australian” – Lauren Read who died still born in Greenwich some years back. Her parents returned to Australia soon after. Such a sweet, sad memorial….

  12. bilko6 says:

    Missed the Law Centre.We re still there- albeit not Council funded – dealing with benefits, housing, debt ,immigration and employment problems for the local community.