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2 unknown bus conductresses during the First World War in Deptford. Faces of Lewisham - Lewisham Heritage - Picasa Web Albums

London, 70's

Tower of London 1898

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Charing Cross c1920.

Dulwich Prep School kids in London get a thorough grounding in road safety, 1930.

A Belisha Beacon [crosswalk[ was installed outside Dulwich Prep school, London in the 1930s and Astrid Pehrson, headmistress of the Annexe, instructed the children how to use it with the aid of her Old English sheepdogs, a school car and a child on a tricycle.

A model of a prehistoric icthyosaurus is dragged from its pond in the grounds of Crystal Palace, London, for its annual clean. The 'keeper' is being helped by some of the local police force. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images). February 1927

Cattle take to the streets of New Malden, southwest London, in this 1930s photograph.

University of London students on Presentation Day, 1930.

North Woolwich Station on 8th September 1940 showing air raid damage. Photo from North Woolwich Old Station Museum

Women at work on the brick production line at London Brick Company's Stewartby Works in the 1940s, filling the roles once occupied by men now at war.

A City of Westminster employee relaxes in the sun during his lunchbreak on the London Embankment in 1951.

February 28, 1975: Forty-two Tube passengers were killed after their train failed to stop at Moorgate station in the worst ever crash on the London Underground. Driver Leslie Newson also died after ploughing – without any apparent reason - into a wall at the terminus of the Highbury branch of the Northern Line at 8.46am. The force of the 30mph crash was so immense that it caused three carriages to completely crumble up and sever passengers’ limbs with twisted shards of steel.

Ann Dodds prepares to drive a London Underground train - the company's first woman driver. This was only 36 years ago.

North Woolwich Station from the roof of an adjacent tower block in April 1979. The goods yard to the right of the station is in the process of being cleared. Photo by Nick Catford

Shepherd’s Place arch, 1820, leading to Tenter St – photographed 1909

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27th April 1946: Crowds at Wembley, London, for the Cup Final match between Derby County and Charlton. Two Charlton supporters stand in front of the crowd and cheer for their team. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

3rd July 1948: Norwood Paragon half-back Bob Reddin stops the ball as a Charlton player runs into him during a bicycle polo match in London. (Photo by Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Getty Images)

Aviation, pic: 22nd September 1971, Britain's experimental Harrier 'jump jet' hovers prior to landing on the Royal Fleet Auxilliary 'Green Rover' at Greenwich, London (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)