City of London Police Constable and the 'London Stone'.
The officer is standing beside the 'London Stone' which is set into the wall of St. Swithin's Church, Cannon Street. It was thought to be the Roman milliarium from which distances were measured. During 1941 St. Swithins was destroyed by enemy action but the stone was left unscathed. Post war it was moved to an alcove at III, Cannon Street.
Liverpool St Rebuild viewed from area of proposed new concourse with Gate line crash deck in place Friday 16th March 1990
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Passenger facilities beneath Liverpool Street station, London, 1956. They include the Gentlemen's toilet, hairdressing saloon and baths, and a weighing machine. There are also vending machines selling chewing gum, chocolate and confectionery. A sign directs passengers to the Metropolitan line underground station.