Alphabet of Greenwich – I’ll Have a P, Please, Bob…

It’s bank holiday weekend so, I reckon time for another Alphabet letter.

Plenty of ‘P’s around.

Indeed, we seem to have a veritable plethora of Ps.

Plenty of Ps for all…

In fact so many

That I’ll leave the rest to you…


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paralympics
paralympics

TGP  Observatory
TGP Observatory

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puppet stall
puppet stall

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prior street allotments

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pelton nags head

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paragon-706649

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panto horse stephen

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painted hall house hat

Pagoda Benedict low
Pagoda Benedict low


10 Comments to “Alphabet of Greenwich – I’ll Have a P, Please, Bob…”

  1. JOF says:

    Well there’s the Park, and the Pleasaunce, and the Point, and the poor Pier, and the Ponds on Blackheath. But surely the finest ‘P’ is to had in the Public convenience (in King William Walk) with all that Polished copper Pipework – a bit of old-fashioned Pride in Public works.

  2. My Point exactly, Joe – so many Ps -including the Point, come to think of it.

  3. Meirion says:

    The King William Walk gents loos used to have the best warning sign in the world presumably because of a scarcely imaginable jet-propelled disaster “Please remove roller skates before using this convenience”. Sadly the sign was removed, presumably by another “P” – a pilferer.

  4. Stephen says:

    Phantom.
    Park hall house.
    Park Vista.
    Nelson pediment.
    Peasants’ revolt.
    Duck pond.
    Pirates of the Caribbean.
    Paraquettes.
    Playground.

  5. Stephen says:

    The puddle where it is believed Sir Walter Raleigh spread his cloak in order that Queen Elizabeth I could keep her feet dry.

  6. deebee says:

    two of my all time Greenwich favourites:
    Plume of Feathers
    Power Station

  7. Indeed, Stephen – that Puddle was known as a Plashy Place…

  8. Stephen says:

    Ah of course. An even better P.

    Just thought of another one.

    Port side of Cutty sark

  9. methers says:

    J

  10. methers says:

    John Penn