With the East London like linking Dalston to Crystal Palace, it felt like the perfect time to make a trip to the world famous dinosaur park in Crystal Palace.
The new station has an amazing view.
Who would have thought that a dinosaur park existed in London, especially one that has little relevance to what we now know of dinosaurs. But this fascinating relic, is still around and well worth a trip down to see it. It would be better in the snow, I think, but this is a landmark I’ve wanted to visit for years, so I’m pleased to have done it.
These are like characters from a cartoon with the crosses on their eyes.
Looks like a lizard to me.
Hmmm, Dinosaur, really? Looks like a stag to me.
My favourite named dino was the megalosaurus. They should also have an Awesomosaurus, but they didn’t, sadly.
Some trees as you would expect in a park.
Dinosaur head with teapot explodes
. Park done, it was then in to Crystal Palace, and to the pub. There’s not much there and it feels a little different to North East London. A little slower in pace.
And finally, a concrete structure.
And that is Crystal Palace.