This is an experiment of nested puzzles.
The answer of each puzzle is necessary to solve the next one. Sometimes you have to manipulate it, sometimes you have to open your eyes (and mind).
Run, to Westminster Abbey!
Nevermind, to Gatwick, ok!
Please, don't waste time,
I want to keep my dime!
The original one is black,
never goes off track!
What's the answer?
Notes: I will add hints every 24 hours.
Sadly I couldn't add more than 5 tags, these are those I would include as well: rhyme, computer-puzzle, brain-teaser.
I accept partial answers, I will personally upvote those who solve at least 1 unsolved puzzle or submit a wrong, yet plausible solution.
Teamwork is appreciated!
Useful link: http://www.mobilefish.com/
Don't consider the picture until you solve the riddle.
Actually the picture is the 3rd puzzle to be solved.
The 2nd puzzle is hidden in the 1st answer!
It may be difficult to solve puzzle #4 without solving #5. It's impossible to solve #5 before #4.
Puzzle #5 requires a "different point of view"
The final answer is an English word.
There is only one reference to Chemistry.
Looking for a different point of view? Turn upside down your head!
What do you usually need to solve a cipher puzzle?
Look around like a bat!
You've to deal with a basic kind of cipher. Once you know the key and the encrypted message (and you know both, I assure), you should be able to decrypt the message with few attempts!
Bounty awarded to Len, the one who solved the highest number of puzzles.
Puzzle #1: Len
Puzzle #2: finsternis
Puzzle #3: finsternis
Puzzle #4: Len (rand al'thor contributed too)
Puzzle #5: Len + rand al'thor