It doubled up for while as the second smallest police station in London. (Some would discount the lamp-post in Trafalgar Square and claim it is the smallest). I can only picture it in some old black and white affair; a policeman full of bumbling incompetence who somehow solves the mystery of the stolen paintings from Robert Adam's nearby Apsley House.
Sunday, June 11, 2006
We laugh as we approach the crossing to Wellington's Arch. Cyclists are increasingly incorporated into pedestrian lights but this is a first for us: horses.