Just some utterly amazing photos of Victorian London!

The Ghosts of Old London. At the entrance to the Oxford Arms – the Society for Photographing the Relics of Old London was set up to save the Oxford Arms, yet it failed in the endeavour, preserving only this photographic record.

Day dress ca. 1861-63. Museum of London - Pattern in Janet Arnold's Patterns of Fashion

Museum of London via Molly Elizabeth Costumes (The undersleeves on this are fabulous.

"London, Paddington Station, 1940." Sadly, for children to separated from their parents and guardians for their safety in parts of Western Europe during the war was not an uncommon occurrence.

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London, Paddington Station, 1940 - school boys being evacuated by train as bombing raids intensified - Life in London during The Blitz of World War II from Inknscroll.

The dark heart of London #Victorian #London #History

1847 Lambeth High Street Showing the Windmill Pub, a pub called the Windmill still stands on the same site.

Old London ice cream cart, 1876.

A Victorian street vendor selling ‘halfpenny ices’. Ice cream had first been made in the late century but it was only in the when reliable refrigeration methods had been developed, that it became a commercial success.

1820-30: Cossack trousers were introduced to Britain in 1814 when Tsar Aleksandr I travelled to London from Russia for the peace celebrations that followed Napoleon Bonaparte's abdication in April of that year

Cossack trousers

Double-breasted dress coat, waistcoat and 'cossack' trousers Victoria and Albert Museum

Female East End London Chimney sweep, what a character.

Mrs Nelson, chimney sweep, A new photography exhibition provides a poignant and beautiful retrospective of London's extinct East End.

London 19th Century

'Shipping in the Pool of London: A vista from London Bridge to Tower Bridge'. From St John Adcock, Wonderful London, vol.

London 19th century

{ Canvas Prints } J Parry :: London Street Scene, 1837 Canvas Print - Buy

Context, location

Context, location

from google lol

'Shipping in the Pool of London: A vista from London Bridge to Tower Bridge'. From St John Adcock, Wonderful London, vol.

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