Yesterday I spent the day in Queen Square in London, participating in the HD Predict medical trial. I've done this every year for eight years, and now the study is winding down. It's good to hear that lots of good data has been collected, in both patients with HD and control subjects, like me. And somewhere there are eight years worth of brain scans of my brain. Nice to know.
Here are a few photos I took yesterday as I walked around in the rain, and underground in the Tube.
My bench on the platform in Baker Street Tube Station.
Directions at Russel Square Tube Station
Around the corner from Russel Square. I don't like the modern sign they've hung up there.
This plaque is on the side of Great Ormond Street Hospital. "This stone was laid by Her Royal Highness Princess Alice Countess of Athlone April 30th 1937".
Someone erected a statue in Queen Anne Square to commemorate someone's death, probably at the hospital across the street.
Looks like the bluebells here are spent. (Yes, you know I'd manage to get a shot of bluebells, even in the middle of London.)
Queen Anne overlooks her square.