A new series of articles today from
No 10 Downing Street magazine, devoted to the history of Downing Street in London, tells a story about a room at number 10 in each part of the series — and each has a QuickTime VR movie.
10 Downing Street stands on what was once a piece of marshy and boggy land known as Thorney Island or the Island of Thorns. The 30 acre island lay between two branches of the River Tyburn which flowed from Hampstead Heath to the Thames. The different segments of the series looks at the
White Drawing Room, the
Terracotta Room, the
State Dining Room, the
Small Dining Room, and the
You can use QuickTime to get “up close and personal” with different aspects of the rooms. (Thanks to MacCentral reader Barry Clarke for the heads-up on this article.)