1-Sphinx on the River Thames
2-Westminster from The London Eye
3-Royal Albert Hall
4-Sherlock Holmes Museum
5-Egyptian artifact in the British Museum
6-Bobby ouside 221-B Baker St.
7-Greenwich Meridian, marking Eastern and Western hemispheres
8-Grave of Captain William Bligh, at Lambeth
10-Alice Ayres plaque, in Postman's Park- this was used in the film Closer, Natalie Portman took the name from this plaque as an alias
11-One of the "gates" to The City Of London, which is a square mile including the financial district.
12-The Old Curiosity Shop
13-Paddington Bear Shop at Paddington Station
15-Narrowboat at Little Venice
16-Winchester Palace Remains, Southwark
18-Piccadilly Circus at night
19-James Smith and Sons Umbrella and Stick shop
20-Hampton Court Palace
21-Clock at Hampton Court Palace
23-St. Paul's Cathedral
24-Pub (closed)Praed St. and South Wharf Rd.
25-Peter Pan Statue, Kensington Park
26-Livingston Statue, Geographic Society, Kensington
27-Edgware Rd., from London Hilton Metropole
28-Camden High street
29-Canal Boats, Camden Lock
30-Jeans shop, Camden
31-Karl Marx' grave, Highgate Cemetary, London
32-Borough Market fishmonger
33-The George Pub, Southwark
34-Mayflower Pub, Rotherhithe, on the Thames, approximate original departure point of The Mayflower, which picked up passengers also in Plymouth, before sailing for the New World
36-St. Paul's Cathedral, Millenium Bridge
37-The Anchor Pub, south bank of The Thames
38-Edgware Rd. rooftops
39-Edgware Rd. at night, from the 18th floor of Metropole
40-Gipsy Moth IV, at Greenwich
41-White Tower, at Tower of London
42-Raven, Tower of London
43-Sherlock Holmes statue, Baker St.
44-Living Statue, Portobello Rd.
46-Cardinal's Wharf, one time home of Christopher Wren
47-Punkyfish store, Camden
48-Baker St. station, London Underground
49-Whitechapel-Jack the Ripper territory
50-Tourists with Sherlock Holmes, Baker St.