Here we are again!
Heading along the road to Baker Street where a certain fictional character lived, I passed this spectacular Green Wall by Edgware Road tube station on Marylebone Road. It was planted in 2011 to counter air pollution. Biotecture installed it, Transport for London commissioned it and Imperial College is monitoring it. It has 14,000 plants and must look wonderful when in flower. I'll have to go back again! There's some more information on the board below or follow this link.
Passing through Baker Street, the colourful Beatles Store is soon on your left but the queue of people nearby is for the Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221b Baker Street, with a jolly policeman standing outside as well as a surprised shopper!
Just round the corner is Regents Park. Not too much happening plantwise at the moment but it's very pleasant walking next to the lake admiring the houses nearby and the BT Tower in the distance.
Exiting by the York Gate which has a crown on the top, we're heading along Marylebone Road again to catch a glimpse of the enormous queue outside Madam Tussaud's.
I'll wait outside while you go in and explore the waxworks.
See you soon.