Covent Garden Flower Women From 'Street Life in London', 1877, by John Thompson and Adolphe Smith

Covent Garden Flower Women - how the other half (or lived. A Woodburytype of flower sellers with their baskets, taken from 'Street Life in London' written by Adolphe Smith with photography by the Scottish photographer John Thomson

1935: woman selling hot chestnuts in Soho London. Didn't go in 1935

A miserable looking woman selling hot chestnuts in a Soho street. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images).

Temple Bar & Fleet Street, 1870. London. Now moved to a wood near Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - overgrown with weeds and unloved.

VINTAGE LONDON: Temple Bar, Fleet Street, It was moved to a wood near Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - overgrown with weeds and unloved - until it was moved to Paternoster Square, next to St Paul's Cathedral in

Public Disinfectors From 'Street Life in London', 1877, by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith

"Street Life in London" by John Thomson Public Disinfectors - “They receive sixpence an hour for disinfecting houses and removing contaminated clothing and furniture, and these are such busy times that they often work twelve hours a day.

Old London Bridge

Old London Bridge now crosses specially cut channel of the Colorado River in Arizona

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