Blackfriars Bridge, spans the River Thames in London next to Blackfriars station.Crossing Blackfriar's Bridge to Guy's
Then back to Bart's for a better price
'Guys' as in Guys Hospital nearby
'Barts' as in St. Bartholemews Hospital not far away
The King Of Denmark is a pub in Islington, North London and a couple of miles away near the old Smithfield meat market is The Fortune of War.We had a drink then a couple more
At the King of Denmark and the Fortune of War
The Survivors: Embankment Gardens is off the Strand in Central London by the River Thames. Very posh.
West End Girls: 'Dive Bar' used to be a downstairs pub in Gerrard Street, London's Chinatown. Closed about ten years back. It was famous for being 'a right dive' And it was.
The Truck Driver and his mate: Need I mention Newcastle? A large city in North East England.
Love is a Bourgeois Construct: Goldhawk Road, a street off Shepherds Bush in west London, not far from Notting Hill. Not the finest location to hang out in. Last time I was there was Boxing day 1989, shopping at the Record & Tape Exchange branch that used to be there. (The staff were still up their own arseholes back then)
Kings Cross: Explains itself really, Kings Cross. Large rail terminus in a former seedy red light area of London.
London: Also explains itself!
Being a London lad, I've been to these locations many times, even walking past the old Dive Bar location yesterday.
Enough locations to make an official petheads walking tour?