HMS President - a familiar sight on the Thames near Blackfriars Bridge for more than nine decades - faces an uncertain future.
Around 20,000 historic items in the London Fire Brigade Museum collection have been painstakingly packed away over the last month as preparations for the redevelopment of the site continue.
A member of the public who rescued a suicidal woman who jumped into the River Thames from the Albert Embankment has been presented with an award by the Metropolitan Police commissioner.
Friday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2016-08-05
walshlette Changing drivers at Elephant & Castle,
Always takes forever, such a bloody hassle.
Sunflower and the Shard at Melior Street Garden pic.twitter.com/VzEcfx73Cu
Poet for hire on Bankside pic.twitter.com/NhPky5jrwq
Just published - HMS President may have to be scrapped, warn owners goo.gl/fb/QppZ2f
Just published - London Fire Brigade Museum collection put into storage goo.gl/fb/wyMvyO
Just published - Man who rescued suicidal woman from Thames receives award goo.gl/fb/bAazh4
Radio Days' former premises in Lower Marsh to be turned into a sushi restaurant: planning.lambeth.gov.uk/online-applica…
@DMcCSE17 The shop only opened two hours ago - it's brand new
@DMcCSE17 Next to the Lend Lease sales office, near One The Elephant & the leisure centre
New Pret a Manger at Elephant & Castle busy already. pic.twitter.com/ipdIZWtMtU
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