Frith St at the junction with Old Compton Stree, Soho, London 1955

The Continental Fruit Stores on the corner of Frith Street and Old Compton Street. The Continental Fruit Stores was the scene of the infamous fight between local tough guys Albert Dimes and Jack "Spot" Comer in

Carnaby Street (1966)

London - Carnaby Street We were let loose here whilst on a school trip in the late We all bought Union Jack shopping bags!

Frith Street, Soho, 1955

Frith Street in Soho, 1955 - Amazing Midcentury Photographs of London Best of Web Shrine

La Discotheque Club (known as The Disc) on Wardour street, 1964. La Discotheque is often credited as being the first London disco, in the sense of being the first club to only play recorded music in London.

La Discotheque Club (known as The Disc) on Wardour street, La Discotheque is often credited as being the first London disco, in the sense of being the first club to only play recorded music in London.

Poland St. Soho 1973. http://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vols31-2/pt2/pp243-249#h3-0010

Poland St. Soho 1973. http://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vols31-2/pt2/pp243-249#h3-0010

Dean Street, 1977

Dean Street, 1977

Fulham, Fulham Road c1900

Fulham, Fulham Road c1900

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