An old man bent over his cane walks towards an unknown destination. In the distance is the outline of a Gothic belfry. A swallow takes flight from the spire of a tower with a clock face that is oddly familiar. That’s when we finally make out the statue of Winston Churchill, Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, and the imposing Battersea Power Station southwest of the Thames and still awaiting restoration.
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