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Hands that feed? I dunno, this was meant to be my arty shot haha
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#1 on 14th September, 2010 yay!
It's not like me not to know what a coach is but I have absolutely no idea so don't ask!!! All I know is it's blinkin' ugly!
Wembley is the national stadium and home of the England football team.
The new stadium has a arch which is illuminated at night. You are free to use this imagine providing you credit Landscapes of England and provide a link back to our website - www.landscapesofengland.co.uk
There are two Wembley Stadiums, one being the station & the other the actual stadium.
The Whitehorse bridge spans the station is named after the Police horse that was used for crowd control at the 1923 FA Cup Final. This is also known as the 'White Horse Final'. The horse was actually a grey!
The name came about after a poll on BBC Five Live. There were campaigns by non-English fans to have the bridge named after sportsmen who had embarrassed England at the national stadium but the horse won the day.
The paintwork on the bridge has never been cleaned since it was installed in 2006, looks like it's turning into the 'grey' horse it was named after.
Here a 3-car 165 is just pulling into the station before it heads for London Marylebone.
possibly the largest disabled car park in the country
The road to Wembley is paved with student accommodation and highrise apartments
Taken using my camera phone so not the greatest of shots. Coming into Heathrow takes me past my place of work, just behind the stadium.
The new Wembley Stadium, London Borough of Brent was designed by Foster and Partners and HOK Sport (now known as Populous) and was constructed 2002-07.
David Gilmour plays a steel guitar on "One of These Days" during the Pink Floyd concert at Wembley Stadium on 5th August 1988.
At Wembley for England v Brazil, and Gary Lineker missing a penalty!