She was given a new superstructure above the main deck and in many ways resembled a Crown Colony-class light cruiser.

London served with the 1st Cruiser Squadron until March 1939, and was the flagship of Admiral Max Horton during his time in command of 1st Cruisers.

Her flag captain during this time was Henry Harwood.

She and her sisters; Sussex, Shropshire, and Devonshire differed from the earlier group of Counties, (known as the Kent class), by having a smaller forward superstructure, which was positioned slightly further aft, and little armour plating.

HMS London London was laid down at Portsmouth Dockyard on 23 February 1926, and later launched on 14 September 1927 and commissioned on 31 January 1929.

Sunday 27th August, 9pm - late Old Street With everything going on in the world, Bounce thought it was high time for another SUMMER OF LOVE, where expression of the soul and free love culminate in a plethora of potent ping pong paddles swirling through the air.

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