Insomnia by Faithless Part of Play Me, I’m Yours At City of London Festival

Great video of someone playing Insomnia by Faithless on a piano, spotted by a friend of mine via Reddit. The pianos are part of the Play Me, I'm Yours artwork installation by Luke Jerram. There are currently 50 such pianos scattered across London as part of the City of London Festival for it's Golden Jubilee.

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Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Flotilla Under Tower Bridge 1977

Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Flotilla Under Tower Bridge 1977

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What: Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Flotilla Under Tower Bridge 1977

When: 1977

Where: Tower Bridge, City of London

Story: This picture gives a taste for what we can expect on Sunday. It was taken in 1977 for Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee. Overall, an interesting shot of Tower Bridge with just a few of the boats that made up the flotilla.

Ludgate Circus Decorated for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee

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What: Ludgate Circus Decorated for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee

When: 1897

Where: Ludgate Circus, City of London, EC4

Story: Another great photo of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. This one was taken at Ludgate Circus in the City of London, 1897.

Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee at St. Paul’s Cathedral 1977

Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee at St. Paul's Cathedral

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What: Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee at St. Paul's Cathedral

When: 1977

Where: St. Paul's Cathedral, City of London, EC4

Story: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip praying at St. Paul's Cathedral as part of her Silver Jubilee celebrations in 1977.

The Bank of England Decorated for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, 1897

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What: The Bank of England decorated for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee

When: 1897

Where: Bank of England, The City of London, EC2

Story: Amazing historical photograph of the Bank of England in 1897, decorated for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Located right in the heart of the City of London, it was one of the essential institutions responsible for Britain's commercial and imperial success.