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Looking west up the River Thames from just to the west of the City of London. The first bridge is Tower Bridge. There is a lenghty scene filmed here in A Dandy in Aspic (1968)

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Looking south east over London from the City of Westminster. Mid frame lowermost is Westminster Abbey. Between Westminster Abbey and the river is the Palace of Westminster. The black tower mid frame left on the horizon is the Natwest Tower. The towers on the horizon mid frame right are at Canary Wharf which was built on what used to be the docklands area.

 

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To the left mid frame is city hall. To the right of the road is St Thomas's Hospital.

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St Michael and All Angels Wikipedia - St Michael and All Angels, Hughenden, Buckinghamshire Hughenden, Buckinghamshire. Also used in the opening scene of A Dandy in Aspic (1968)

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The Tower of London. You can see a long scene here in The Persuaders! (1971)

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The Palace of Westminster.

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The Tower of London

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Lime Street, City of London.

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Leadenhall Market, City of London.

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Smithfield Market

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Rotten Row, Hyde Park.

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Rotten Row, Hyde Park. Left of frame is Aspley House.

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The approach to Dover Harbor.

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The Pool of London, Tower Bridge and St Katherine's Dock (lower right) in 2002. This frame is from Johnny English (2003)

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The huge hook like object on the chest of the stuntman is a snap-link normally used to attatch a harness or safety line to ladders or scaffolding. The red patch of cloth to the left of the large hook is the cutaway for the main parachaute. Rip off this redpatch from its velcro anchor and pull. This will cutaway the main parachute. The stainless steel D-ring to the right of the large hook is the reserve parachute ripcord. Pull that to deploy the reserve parachute.

 

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