Many thanks to Bob Scarlett for organising the Summer Treasure Hunt.
14 club members showed up at Trafalgar Square, the only dampner was heavy rain for the first hour, some choosing shelter, a coffee and a bun until the sun came out and others braved the weather for the full duration
THE CLUES AND PHOTOGRAPHIC ANSWERS
1) The leaves on these doors are so recognisable for this country.
2) It’s taking artistic licence too far having mythical sea creatures with two tails? (Also in NE Sector)
3) No. 4 was empty for years now full with interesting stuff sometimes controversial.
4) This king looks quite dapper in his ‘Italian’ suit.
5) 1960 was obviously a good year for drink. (Also in NE Sector)
6) A large window which looks wonky but is it a clever depiction of a crucifix? (looks better inside.)
7) 1883 – born a devious and wily porkie.
9) Not metric but good old imperial measures. All brass, quite low and sitters may hide.
10) A cube of stone but up close it reveals a new life.
11) You cross on the green, here and nearby, but not what you would expect. (Also in SE Sector)
12) The London skyline is dotted with these ugly things but these handles are beautiful.
13) You wouldn’t normally touch a tiger but to get in you have to
14) Three griffons lit from above celebrating 1878 AD. (Also in SW Sector)15) You would have thought a bookshop would be above having a rude gesture like this!