Next to the tube station entrance inside Liverpool Street station can be found a bronze statue of two refugees from the Nazi pogroms.
A hotel in Holborn also contains a most unexpected statue -- of John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim's Progress.
Not far from a famous football stadium is the Gilpin's Bell, a large pub that is packed on match days. And further up the road is a less famous stone bell.
Next to the Thames in Woolwich are a cluster of steel men forever frozen in a meeting that is about to take place.
A tall metal sculpture stands in a public park, holding up a couple of CCTVs that keep an eye on the area.
A small side street near Victoria contains a mosaic that people will tell you is an old advert for the Victor Talking Machine Company. They are wrong.
Standing proud above the tourists on Westminster Bridge is a statue of a noble lion who gave hope to London during WW2 and was saved by a King.
This statue of a man and a boy in Rotherhithe is going to be very heavily photographed for it will be a major site of pilgrimage for Americans in 2020.
In London's docklands is a roundabout, and in the middle a tree, blinking and flashing away -- made from a cluster of traffic lights.
It's quite easy to miss for such a large object, but high up on the wall of the Stock Exchange building is a giant sundial.
A bike shed next to Shadwell DLR is an unlikely site for a piece of public art in London.
There's a statue of a man in the City of London who is famous in the USA, and little remembered in the UK, but his statue is here, in London.
In the middle of a wide avenue by Shoreditch station stands three ropes threaded and frozen in space.
A wooden boat that once raced across the waves stands frozen in time carrying passengers who never arrive.
There's a tube station with a relatively little used staircase, and at the top, standing proud is a massive slab of rusted iron -- from a warship.