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Behind one of the glass faces of Big Ben, in the clock tower at the Palace of Westminster, London (Vintage Photography)

Lift girls, Selfridges, 1928

Lift [elevator] girls, Selfridges, London, Decades prior to the ample shopping my beloved late mother and I did there in the

London Smog, 1952

Strangely, as a kid I loved it when the smog was this thick as it gave me the perfect excuse to be late for school.A man guiding a London bus through thick fog with a flaming torch, 1952

Old London Bridge spanned the Thames from 1209-1831. Heads on spikes, revolutionary residents & Nonsuch House; the bridge boasts a turbulent & colourful history. Bone up here.

Old London Bridge spanned the Thames from Heads on spikes, revolutionary residents Nonsuch House; the bridge boasts a turbulent colourful history. Bone up here.

Working class hats - Liverpool Street Station, Bishopsgate, London. Workingman traveling by the 12:55 p.m. train to Enfield Town. 25 October 1884.

Liverpool Street Station, Bishopsgate ~ London Workingman traveling by the p. train to Enfield Town. Taken October

Battersea Power Station, London, 3 January 1956.

Battersea Power Station designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, London, England, 3 January photograph from the Daily Herald Archive (unattributed).

First day of Spring - hurdling sheep in Hyde Park, 1932

London Image of first day of spring - hurdling sheep in hyde park, 1932 by Science & Society Picture Library View and buy rights managed stock photos at Science & Society Picture Library.

A family on the 'Caterpillar' ride at the Festival of Britain fun fair at Battersea Park. 1951

A family on the 'Caterpillar' ride at the Festival of Britain fun fair at Battersea Park. 1951 my nan worked on a photoboth next to the big dipper ride, taking the money.

London Routemaster bus having its destinations roll changed in the depot.

First thing when I arrive. Great orientation to the city. London Routemaster bus having its destinations roll changed in the depot.

Battersea Power Station - UK - 1930's

Battersea Power Station in London (where they photographed the cover for Pink Floyd's Animals album)

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