The Imperial War Museum, 1935 : Showing the main art gallery under construction. Image © IWM (Art.IWM ART LD 509)
In the basement of the 1930s Ministry of Defence building on Horse Guards Avenue is Cardinal Wolsey's wine cellar, later also used by Henry VIII www.ediblegeograp...
Three female blackshirts, members of the British Union of Fascists, salute as they leave their Chelsea headquarters for Birmingham, where they will attend a meeting addressed by their leader, Oswald Mosley.” 1934 Pic via Corbi
St Paul's Cathedral looking down Cannon Street from Cannon Street Fire Station showing the devastation caused by German bombing during the Second World War. 1948.
G Maresco Pearce's 1914 "Summer in London" really catches the hurly-burly of life at the junction of Tottenham Court Road, New Oxford St, Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road.
London rooftops from the tower of St Andrew's Church at Holborn Circus
The magnificent Norman church of St Bartholomew's Smithfield before its restoration in 1886 by Aston Web
Smithfield cattle market, looking south to St Bart’s (1831) by Richard Gilson Reeve
Adam Tuck's blended bitmap images of East London today and as captured by C. A. Mathews in 1912M: Frying Pan Alley
A walk through time in Spitalfields: In his work, Adam Tuck plays upon a sense of reverberation in time by overlaying his own photographs upon earlier pictures to create subtly modulated palimpsests, which permit the viewer to see the past in terms of the present and the present in terms of the past, simultaneously.
Adam Tuck's composite pictures of Spitafileds Market today and as captured by Mark Jackson and Huw Davies in 1991: Brushfield St, looking east.