Derive from Golden Jubilee Bridge (North)

February 3, 2009 at 9:11 pm (Main Derives)


I longer need to list my sound recordings on my blog, since I have to rename all my material in Logic anyway.

I have started to write down the route of my journey in text though:

Date:  09.01.28

Start location / time: Golden Jubilee Bridge @ 18.06

1. North on GJ Bridge

2. Walk down the steps at the end of the bridge, leading to Embankment station.

3. Walk through the station


4. Take a right down Watergate Walk

5. York Buildings on to Lower Robert Street

6. George Court

7. William Street

8. Portrait Gallery through Leicester Square to HMV


9. Sherwood Street on to Lower James St

10. Through Kingly Street on to Carnaby Street

11. Malborough Street to Poland Street

12. Adam and Eve Court, Eastcastle Street

13. Great Titchfiled Street to Riding House Street

14. Right on to Clevland Street and left on to Tottenham Street

15. Goodge Place on to Rathbone place, Rathbone Street

16. Gress Street on to Steven Street

17. Montague Place cross Tottenham Court Road

18. Bedford Place to Russel Sq

19. Guildford Street, Queen Annes Walk, Queens Sq

20. Great Olmund Street on to Guildford Place


21. Guildford Street on to Mecklenburg place

22. Mecklenburg Square

23. Through the park across the road to the Brunswick Centre


24. Left in middle of Brunswick Centre, right on to Bernard Street – straight to Russel Square

25. Right on to Thornore street through Uni campus

26. On to Torrington Place

27. Mallet Place on to Torrington Place

28. Gower Street on to Euston Road

End location / time: Euston Road Bus Station @ 21:20


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