London's Victoria isn't all typically beautiful. There are old-school boozers, 60s office blocks, sculpture art hidden in gardens, and the shiny newness of Cardinal Place, the Zig Zag building, and Kings Gate. Oh, and let's not forget the station.
These photos give a taste of an area that people are all too often rushing through.
Union flag cab in Victoria. Source Vobi7 Sunshine in Victoria. Source Jesmondo Black and white perspectives in Victoria. Source Vobi7 Sunrise in Victoria. Source Christopherlawson Glassy reflections in Victoria. Source Amberrrjones Victoria station. Source Amberrrjones Victoria station. Source Simon Ackerman Union flags in Victoria station. Source Simon Ackerman Sunshine on Victoria Street. Source Adamsheath Source Korybalski Reflections. Source David24seven The Albert in Victoria. Source Sintillatelondon Cardinal Place. Source Korybalski Westminster Cathedral, Victoria. Source Craigsolo Gorgeous little alleyway in Victoria. Source Dunjaopalko Westminster Cathedral, Victoria. Source Kamiladziuba Victoria station. Source Christopherlawson Grosvenor Gardens. Source Korybalski Grosvenor Gardens. Source Jaroslaw Marciuk Grosvenor Gardens. Source Farzanabaduel Looking towards Battersea Power Station from Vauxhall Bridge. Source Fimaha Frederick E Gillett, former supplier of paints, brushes, and allied goods on London's Vauxhall Bridge Road. Source Marcus Browning Moody skies over Victoria Street. Source Capturedlondon 100 Victoria Street. Source Helen Miller Last Albert standing, Victoria Street. Source Jeera Sunshine after the rain on Buckingham Palace Road. Source Es Kwon Victoria Street phonebox. Source Es Kwon The Albert Pub, Victoria Street. Source Jeera Rusty reds on Victoria Street. Source Adamsheath Old and new architecture on Victoria Street. Source Jeera A sunny day on Victoria Street. Source Londonobserver Music box dancer. Source Jeera
Last Updated 06 March 2017