Photographer's Note

I was going to Trafalgar square when this restaurant attracted my attention in Northumberland St, Embankment. I thought it could be interesting to post it because it’s representative of the old British Style.
I had no tripod so I had to do my best with 1/8"… we are at the limit of the possibilities of my camera here.

Here is one review of this restaurant excerpted from a web page:

“As many past visitors correctly noted, the pub is nowhere near Baker Street - but it is close enough to the famous Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square, and a handful of London landmarks. The menu is a repertoire of names that owe their origin to Sherlokian stories, and judging by the food I had there it is a splendid adventure, you will certainly not be disappointed.
Better yet, for all Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson fans worldwide, in the pub there is a room filled with the famous sleuth's memorabilia. I was especially surprised to see a figure of Holmes with a hole in his head. To this day, I've no idea why they decided to place that particular mannequin in the pub.
The walls along the staircase are decorated with some of Conan-Doyle's own drawings; in one of those, made shortly before his death, he depicted himself as a horse who carries an overloaded cart.”

ISO Speed Ratings = 200
Metering Mode = Center Weighted Average
Focal Length = 10.67mm (35 mm equivalent: 77,8 mm)

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Viewed: 2018
Points: 89
Additional Photos by Ingenua Mente (Longroute) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2681 W: 169 N: 4719] (19600)
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