Then I caught a No12 from Horse Guards parade to the Elephant which now finished was more or less the layout I encountered last year, also walker up the road towards Waterloo but in the end caught a bus back to Lancaster Gate and surrounding roads, film,ed there as light finally dipped and got up Fleet St to St Pauls, it was now 5.30 and nearly dark. Then trying to finish off I scuttled across Fleet St and slipped on a greasy patch on the road and when flying, landed on my left hand and camera. Thankfully only very minor camera damage not a problem but my finger seems to be fractured , swollen, black , tingling, numb etc. Very kind folk hauled me up picked up camera, got a chair ( two arrived) and only let me go when they were satisfied that I was in one piece, I did then carry on to get the last few minutes of film I needed then caught a bus to Waterloo for a connection back up to Euston station. I had tea in coffee shop then was lucky and found a seat in the station opposite the board, the train left on time platform 7 we had arrived same route platform 17, how foreigners grasp that I've no idea. I got back home about 11pm, I had been amazed how busy Middlewich had been at 4.30am! A cuppa then straight to bed. I'm busy charging up everything and having a go at editing a couple of DVDs. Here are pictures yesterday morning.
The signs for disabled parking have arrived and I've dropped these off with the quiz questions at Jane's.