1870s   London,  ENGLAND

Early This is an interesting view of 2 domestic servants (location unknown). Many women from Devon found work as servants, both in Devon and further afield.

In 1858, crinolines had to be hung outside public transportation to get aboard

Photograph taken in 1858 - crinolines had to be hung outside public transport so that the ladies could fit aboard.

An East End street, c. 1888.

Sorting rags in an East London slum court.

Metropolitan Police ambulance, c 1885

☤ MD ☞✪ Metropolitan Police ambulance, c

London General Omnibus Corporation horse bus conductor in bowler hat and long jacket standing on the boarding platform of the bus. The conductor sports a Bell punch ticket machine and enamel licence badge no 9116. His right hand is grasping the cord which communicates with the driver. ca 1895  London Transport

historicaltimes: “ London General Omnibus Corporation horse bus conductor in bowler hat and long jacket standing on the boarding platform of the bus. The conductor sports a Bell punch ticket machine.

Horse Shoe Hotel, Tottenham Court Road - in 1896

Horseshoe, 267 Tottenham Court Road, St Giles in Fields

Carter's Hair Cutting Saloon, 17 Fleet Street, 1899. Gateway leads to Inner Temple, facade hides the original 17th C half timbered front which was subsequently restored.

Carter's Hair Cutting Saloon, 17 Fleet Street, Gateway leads to Inner Temple, facade hides the original C half timbered front which was subsequently restored.

A London Workhouse1880

A London Workhouse, 1880

London. Piccadilly Circus in 1894.

Piccadilly, London in

Old Kent Road, Southwark, c 1885

Old Kent Road, Southwark, London .It is shown here in the late century.The street was often lined with stalls and barrows selling all manner of wares. My Great grandfather was a barrowman in southwark

Men and young boys stand outside one of the many lodging Houses, or Doss Houses as they were known, in London's East End, 1880s.

Victorian East End

Old london market

London, Clare Market, c.

Bishops Gate, London 1862

Yerbury & Co, 114 Bishopsgate, City of London, Tobacco warehouse and…

Alva Wilder (1842-1918) believed to have been taken in 1862.  Civil War vet from the 1st Michigan Light Artillery, Battery A (Loomis' Battery) from Brian Feller

From submitter Brian Feller: Alva Wilder my great-great Grandfather. Taken we believe in He was a Civil War vet for the North. He was part of the Michigan Light Artillery Battery “A” which was also known as the Loomis’

Midland Railway goods offices at Poplar Dock, London, 1898.

Midland Railway goods offices at Poplar Dock, London, On the right is Brunswick St

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