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Westminster Innovation and a trip to see Chinner, London and Suffolk - 21st February 2014

Nosher's work holds another of its two-day innovation sessions in The Hub - a venue on the first floor of the New Zealand High Commission just off Trafalgar Square in Westminster. Nosher's on a none-too-succsessful electronics tip, but it's still fun to get the soldering iron out for a change. There's also a mission to head off to Maplin's up The Strand in order to get some components.

next album: A Trip to Orford Castle and some Building Work, Suffolk - 2nd March 2014
previous album: A Trip to Framlingham Castle, Framlingham, Suffolk - 16th February 2014

On the way to work, Class 66/7 loco 66721 'Harry Beck' is spotted at Ipswich, painted with a funky underground map from 1933

At The Hub in Westminster, a load of SwiftKeyers are already heacking away

Alex types stuff

Tehmur gets carried away with a photo opportunity

Wet cobbles around Trafalgar Square

On The Strand, some dude's entire life is strapped to their bike, held in carrier bags

On the other side of the road from the tramp's bike is the ultimate opposite: The Savoy Hotel

Emanuel types away intently

Time for some soldering, on rainbow ribbon cable

The Raspberry Pi is strapped in to a breadboard

Meanwhile, some networking diagramming takes place on the windows

Elly makes pom-poms for some reason

The evening session at The Hub

6.30am after a night on the floor (or hammock)

The New Zealand High Commission

A vandalised K6 phone box

Another attempt at a 'then and now' photo, 28 years later - almost to the day

A London Underground sign, almost in the style of the Paris Metro

A time for reflection

The National Gallery

Looking down towards The Houses of Parliament's Elizabeth clock tower (a.k.a. 'Big Ben')

Trafalgar statues

Finally, the Raspberry Pi gets to write SwiftKey's famous default words on to an LCD display

Corporate identity

Back at home in Suffolk, we walk off around the fields again

There are now four wind turbines on Eye Airfield

Harry gets a piggy-back

Chinner the Wonder Horse

Fred stumps off over the field

The late Sid's shed

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On the way to work, Class 66/7 loco 66721 'Harry Beck' is spotted at Ipswich, painted with a funky underground map from 1933