The church of St Ethelburga the Virgin in Bishopsgate is the smallest church in the City of London. The original was much larger but suffered damage during the Blitz and was later devastated by a massive IRA bomb in 1993.
In the south east corner of Trafalgar Square stands an old police post - the smallest in London and famous as the world's smallest police station. It was built in 1926 and could accommodate one police officer. It is now a broadcast facility for the BBC.
Leicester Square to Covent Garden on the Piccadilly Line is London's shortest Tube journey at 0.3km (0.161 miles).
Estate agent Gordon Blausten shows one of London's smallest flats in 2005. The converted cupboard went on the market for £135 a week in Notting Hill. The living space is just 7ft 6in by 3ft 4in - including a kitchenette, shower room and wardrobe space.
Candover Street, W1 could be London's shortest street. Clenham Street (inset) was thought to be the shortest street (public thoroughfare) until it was recently pedestrianised.
A miniature Houses of Parliament and London Eye pictured at Legoland, in Windsor. The London skyline features Lego brick replicas including City Hall, the Lloyd’s Building, the three Canary Wharf towers, the Gherkin, and the Tower of London.
The Rake in Borough Market claims to be the smallest bar in London although the Dove pub in Hammersmith has the smallest bar area measuring just 1.27m x 2.39 - a fact recognised by the Guinness Book Of Records.
Many pubs claim to be the smallest in London including the Cask and Glass, Westminster and the Swan and Edgar (formerly the Feathers) in Marylebone (inset).
The small circular building at 10 Hyde Park Place, now part of Tyburn Convent, was once London's smallest house. It was built in 1805 and only had one tenant.
A fully working lamppost close to Tower Hill. Is this London's smallest lamppost? It is situated close to the Thames by Tower Hill.
A tiny bubble car is dwarfed by the other vehicles in London's Piccadilly, 1958. Architect Charles A V Smith planned to design saloon cars with boots large enough to accommodate one of these little cars, in order to solve the problem of parking in London.
A miniature model of London's Buckingham Palace at the Tobu World Square in Nikko, Japan during an exhibit of 102 world-famous architectural works and ancient monuments. Each model was 1/25 scale of the original.
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