LGBT History Month – The Queens Tower

The Queens Tower pink and proud for LGBT month!

The Queens Tower has turned into a beacon of disco over the South Kensington campus for LGBT history month at Imperial College London.

Image © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London  [Click Image to expand]

LGBT History Month is an initiative that focuses on the celebration and recognition of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people and culture, past and present; increasing the visibility of LGBT histories, lives and their experiences.

The Queens Tower has been illuminated in pride colours to celebrate the cause, so I couldn’t resist heading back up to my spot above the campus to capture a series of images to record this unique event for the image library.

Waiting for it to get dark… cold, so cold…

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Imperial staff and students can view all the original images featured in the post, along with others from this set on the Imperial College London Asset Library.

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