Slightly hidden away, Westminster Abbey has gained a striking new bronze tower that sits well against its ancient stones.
This pocket park covers the remains of St Mary Aldermanbury, a church that was destroyed during WW2, and rebuilt -- in the USA.
This small pocket park can be found slightly hidden away in a corner of a side street near the Guildhall and owes its current existence to the Great Fire of London.
A small side street near Cannon Street railway station marks the site of a ancient graveyard, and today, a ventilation shaft for the London Underground.
In leafy Clerkenwell is a mighty church that externally looks as polite as a Clerkenwell church should look, but inside is still showing the massive scars left by WW2.
Deep within the heart of King's College on the Strand can be found a most marvelous chapel and a dinky steam train.
There's a very significant church in docklands that allowed people to climb up to see the clock mechanism at the weekend. The scariest church tower climb I have ever done.
Windsor contains a church that despite walking past hundreds of times in my youth, I was never able to go inside -- until today.
Sitting not far from central London can be found the ruins of a large Abbey, which if it were almost anywhere else would be a major tourist attraction.
On site of an ancient church stands its modern successor, and a most curious set of modern stained glass windows.