Here's a collection of pictures I took recently of some of the many homages to Great Britain located
in the city of Indianapolis. Periodically, I will be updating this page with more pictures, so stay tuned.
1. Red phone box
|This old red phone box is situated along the Monon Trail outside Solomon and Jones Antiques.|
|MacNivens Restaurant and Bar, located on Massachusetts Avenue.|
3. British expat and his Union Jack cycle helmet
|Me recovering after a 15-mile bike ride. I bought the helmet right here in Indianapolis.|
4. British pub
|The Union Jack pub in Broad Ripple|
Football shirt and scarves
|These are found in the entrance way of the Chatham Tap on Massachusetts Avenue|
|The Mass Ave. Pub on Massachusetts Avenue.|
Mind The Gap
|Found on the exit door of the Chatham Tap on Massachusetts Avenue|
|The Chatham Tap on Massachusetts Avenue|
What other British things should Laurence photograph? What other British-style places are there in Indianapolis? Let us know in the comments below.
Laurence is a British expat living in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a contributor for BBC America and has written for Anglotopia and Smitten by Britain. Having graduated from Lancaster University with a degree in English Language and Creative Writing, Laurence runs this blog, Lost In The Pond, charting the endless cultural and linguistic differences between Britain and The United States.
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