Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

London Eye

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51°30'11"-00°07'09" show decimal

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London Eye
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, Southwark, London, SE1 7PF

The London Eye opened in 1999 and is the largest observation wheel in the world. Built as part of the Millennium celebrations, it has remained one of London's best attractions. It is part of the Tussards Group.

How to get here:

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Underground (Jubilee/Northern/Bakerloo/Waterloo&Citry)/Rail: Waterloo Station - Exit the station via the brige across York Road (above Waterloo International), and follow the path until the steps down onto Belvedere Road. Turn round and walk along the road to Jubilee Gardens and the London Eye. +

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Bus: Waterloo Bus Map - The Eye is just off Belvedere Road on the map, nearest stops are Y,Z. +

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableFront

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Photograph taken: 18th April 2008 by Chuck Foster

"This is a little further back from the Eye than in the show, but I don't have a wide enough angle to get the whole thing in!"

Rose
Screen Shot
Screen Shot
Filmed: 26-27 Jul 2004
The Doctor and Rose arrive at the Eye.

 

Where to walk to next?

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The Queens Walk (Doctor Who (TV Movie), Rose, Aliens of London, World War Three, The Bells of Saint John). Queens Walk runs outside County Hall between the Eye and Westminster Bridge.

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South Bank Centre (Frontier in Space). Walk north from the Eye, and the Centre is on the right, just before Waterloo Bridge.

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Belvedere Road (Aliens of London): 0.13 miles.

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Royal Air Force Memorial (Rose): 0.17 miles.

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Westminster Bridge (The Dalek Invasion of Earth, The Seeds of Death, Invasion of the Dinosaurs, Terror of the Zygons, Rose, Aliens of London, World War Three, Army of Ghosts, The Bells of Saint John, An Adventure in Space and Time): 0.19 miles.

Further links about the location:

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The London Eye - Official website

Related Stories

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Rose [26-27 Jul 2004]: The Auton antenna.

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