Westminster Abbey, 1749, by Canaletto.jpg
Canaletto - Westminster Bridge, with the Lord Mayor's Procession on the Thames, 1747 - Google Art Project.jpg
Jonathan Tyers and His First Two Decades at Vauxhall, 1729-1750 via The Friends of Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
In Georgian times, London's decadent chocolate houses were unexpected bastions of rowdy behaviour and aristocratic disorder
A View of London Bridge before the late Alteration as in the Year 1760, Samuel Scott
The North Terrace at Windsor Castle, Looking East, c. 1775-1780, Paul Sandby | Philadelphia Museum of Art
Goodman's Fields Theatre, Ayliffe Street, London
The Strand front of Northumberland House, 1752, Canaletto,
A View of Leicester Square, Thomas Bowles, 1753.
At White Hart Inn yard, photo taken in 1870s, but would have remained relatively unchanged since the 18thC
Georgian houses, South End Road, Hampstead #london #history #architecture
Rocque’s Map of London, 1741-5. Click through to find higher resolution and clickable map!
The Henry VIII Gateway with a view of St George's Chapel, c.1775, Paul Sandby. A watercolour drawing of the Henry VIII Gateway, looking into the Castle from the gate towards the west end of St George's Chapel and the Horseshoe Cloister. | Royal Collection
Hatchards Booksellers since 1797, Piccadilly. The oldest surviving bookshop in London.
St Martin’s-Le-Grand, 1760 from St Martin’s-Le-Grand, 1760 via Lost in Long Forgotten London Spitalfields Life
Fine Huguenot house of 1726, Fournier Street, Georgian Streets of London. Read more about Fournier Street here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fournier_Street
A View Towards Hanover Square from Holles Street London, 1775, - James Miller
Georgian London Chocolate House Tours: A two-hour walking tour led by historian Dr Matthew Green. Covering the area around Jermyn Street, St James’s Square, Pall Mall, London’s smallest public square Pickering Place, and St James’s Street via several back streets and alleyways, its aim is to show how the drink corrupted London’s most fashionable district. Read more about unreal city audio tour of Georgian London chocolate houses: http://unrealcityaudio.co.uk/tours/chocolate-and-coffeehouse-t...
Building on a fully GIS compliant version of John Rocque's 1746 map of London, this site allows you to relate an eighteenth-century representation of the metropolis to the first accurate OS map of London (1869-80), and to a modern Google Maps environment. http://www.locatinglondon.org/index.html
George Seddon's Shop, Aldersgate Street, 1753. Seddon (1727-1801) was the founder of the largest firm of furniture-makers in London. His workshop was described by London visitor Sophie v. La Roche in 1786: He employs 400 apprentices on any work connected with the making of household furniture—joiners, carvers, gilders, mirror-workers, upholsterers, girdlers—who mould the bronze into graceful patterns—& locksmiths. All housed in a building with 6 wings...
1909 Fournier St
Little Green Street, London
Unplanned housing, Daily life and hazards, 18th century London (Source: http://theloveforhistory.com)
56 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields, one of London's oldest shop fronts, occupied in the 1750s by Nicholas Jourdain, Huguenot Silk Mercer and Director of the French Hospital. In 1827 no. 58 was modernised with a plain Regency front, only a few years before the weaving economy in Spitalfields collapsed and the area became impoverished. See also http://www.ravenrow.org/about/.
Georgian Houses in Sion Road, Twickenham, London. One of the oldest and best preserved houses in the street - http://patrickbaty.co.uk/2013/09/14/sion-row-twickenham/