Old public baths entrance, Westminster, October 2019

Thursday doors – 24 October 2019

Doors 86 – City of Westminster

Occasionally I have to travel to Westminster for work and the tedium of getting to London and navigating the crowds is offset somewhat by the architecture. Last week I managed to snap a few doors that I have been meaning to photograph for a while. Here they are. Plenty more where these came from so they might not be the last. These ones were all very close to Westminster School, if that means anything to you.

So here goes:

Four pannel door, Westminster, October 2019
Four pannel door, Westminster, October 2019
Blue four pannel door, Westminster, October 2019
Blue four pannel door, Westminster, October 2019
Do not park in front of these doors, Westminster, October 2019
Do not park in front of these doors, Westminster, October 2019
Lawrence of Arabia lived here, Westminster, October 2019
Lawrence of Arabia lived here, Westminster, October 2019
Wall door, Westminster, October 2019
Wall door, Westminster, October 2019
From door to door, Westminster, October 2019
From door to door, Westminster, October 2019
A pair of wall doors, Westminster, October 2019
A pair of wall doors, Westminster, October 2019

So that’s it from the City of Westminster for a while. Maybe I’ll have some Bristol doors next week. Have a lovely weekend.

Please go take a look at the Norm 2.0 blog โ€“ the originator of Thursday Doors where there are links to yet more doors in the comments section at the end.

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

14 thoughts on “Thursday doors – 24 October 2019”

  1. Excellent finds. I’m sure you’ll run out of time to look for them all, long before running out of interest doors to capture there.
    And I swear there seems to be a shade of deep blue that is only seen on doors in London; it should probably be called London Door Blue ๐Ÿ˜‰

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