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English: Street view of the Victorian Norman Shaw Buildings on the Victoria Embankment, Westminster, London, previously home of New Scotland Yard, which opened there in November 1890, near the clock tower of the Palace of Westminster (Big Ben). In 1967, New Scotland Yard moved to the 20-story building at 10 Broadway. Architect: Richard Norman Shaw. Source: photo, edited to remove people from sidewalks.
Date 28 December 2006 (original upload date)
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