Youngsters play on the corner of Great Titchfield Street and Clipstone Street in front of the Post Office Tower, later the BT Tower, in 1965.
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London Post Office Tower
Youngsters play on the corner of Great Titchfield Street and Clipstone Street in front of the Post Office Tower, later the BT Tower, in 1965 / LONDON
Kings Cross Buses & Trolleybuses 1930's / LONDON
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Kings Cross Buses & Trolleys- 1930's LONDON
Kings Cross London . Buses & Trolleybuses 1930's by Ledlon89, via Flickr
Sloane Street London
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Postcard view Sloane Street, Knightsbridge.
Sloane Street London http://www.oldukphotos.com/graphics/England%20Photos/London,%20Knightsbridge,%20Sloane%20Street%20-%20vintage%20photo%20of%20Walpole%20Brothers%20shop%20and%20with%20vintage%20bus%20and%20motor%20cars.jpg
Old Broad Street looking South, 24 July 1911
St Pauls, viewed from Bull Wharf on the river c 1870
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Historic Views of London: From the Collection of B.E.C. Howarth-Loomes by Ann Saunders http://www.amazon.com/dp/1905624182/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_0WkXtb0NZ41VPYVJ
St. Paul from the river (not a postcard view)
View the River Thames up to St Paul's Cathedral, London
Lost London - SkyscraperCity
Liverpool Street Station, London, 1922
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Estação da Rua Liverpool, Londres, Inglaterra, Reino Unido.
Liverpool St. Station, London, 1922
Smithfield Market during the General Strike, May 1926
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1926 General Strike, Smithfeld Market, London by colinfpickett, via Flickr
London | Spitalfields | 1910
Corina keeps house for a lady who lives over a penny shop that sells thread, paper, tacks, and glue. Spitfields Nippers come in and out. The shopkepper, a mister Patterson, gives them work and peppermint sweets for the young children.
Old weavers houses Bethnal Green, London
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old weavers houses Bethnal Green, London
Old Weavers Houses at Bethnal Green circa 1897.
1940 - Civilians in an air raid shelter in London.
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Men & women smile for the camera on & around the bunks that are lined up under the clearly visible roof of a South East London railway arch, probably in November 1940. In the background, the ladies' lavatory can be seen. It is not possible to identify which of the many railway arches used as air raid shelters during the WW2 is featured in this sequence of photographs, although it is probable that it is at Dockley Road in Bermondsey.
Civilians in an air raid shelter in London  //
Temple Station, 1899. London.
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Hansom Cabs Temple Station 1899.
Jack the Ripper's London #Victorian #London #History
photographer Julie Ansiau
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Love this kitchen!! Image Via: A Feminine Tomboy omg
A kitchen idea
bright loft kitchen
St. Mary Le Bows, Wonder Rings, Damaged Belle, Backgrounds, Inspection Damaged, Bellring, London Wwii, Paul Cathedrals, 1941
Inspecting the wonderful ring of 12 at St Mary-le-Bow in 1941 after a direct hit. The bells were either cracked or destroyed. They had been left up, and witnesses heard them swinging and ringing until they crashed to the ground.
Workmen inspect damaged bells in famed Cheapside church of St. Mary-le-Bow after German air raid. In background is the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral. (1941)