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An officer on foot patrol along Grays Inn Road, Camden in At the time this was among the most squalid and deprived areas in London. Victorian Life, Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, Victorian Street, London History, British History, Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs

Grays inn road Camden 1904, Among the most squalid and deprived areas in London. The times photographs

A photograph of a shop in Gray's Inn Road, London, connected with the Brighton Trunk Murder, taken in July 1934 by George Woodbine for the Daily Herald. London History, British History, Vintage London, Old London, London Photography, City Photography, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Science Museum

The shop in Gray's Inn Rd connected with Brighton Trunk Murder | Science Museum Group Collection

Home to over 3.5 million items of historical significance, the National Media Museum has 8 floors of FREE galleries and 3 cinemas including the UK's first IMAX.

A photograph of a shop in Gray's Inn Road, London, connected with the Brighton Trunk Murder, taken in July 1934 by George Woodbine for the Daily Herald. London History, British History, Vintage London, Old London, London Photography, City Photography, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Science Museum

The shop in Gray's Inn Rd connected with Brighton Trunk Murder | Science Museum Group Collection

Home to over 3.5 million items of historical significance, the National Media Museum has 8 floors of FREE galleries and 3 cinemas including the UK's first IMAX.

The penultimate picture in this shot sees a trolleybus on route 609 again, making the turn from Essex Road into Upper Street in order to get back on route. The usual destination for this route was Barnet, but this bus is only going as far as Archway. The buildings behind the bus have gone, but those on the far left remain - see next and last pic in this set.  Photo - Fred Ivey  N.B This picture is part of a set looking at the Angel, Islington, travelling from Rosebery Avenue to Islington… London Bus, Old London, East London, Essex Road, London History, London Transport, Barnet, My Heritage, Taxi

Islington Green C1960

The penultimate picture in this shot sees a trolleybus on route 609 again, making the turn from Essex Road into Upper Street in order to get back on route. The usual destination for this route was Barnet, but this bus is only going as far as Archway. The buildings behind the bus have gone, but those on the far left remain - see next and last pic in this set. Photo - Fred Ivey N.B This picture is part of a set looking at the Angel, Islington, travelling from Rosebery Avenue to Islington…

Islington on Essex Road corner of Packington Street The Coronet cinema in 1915 Built in the cinema was renamed Blue Hall Annexe in The Blue Hall Annexe Cinema closed in probably due to war-time conditions and never re-opened. London Pubs, London Street, London City, Vintage London, Old London, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Newington Green, Essex Road

Islington, Essex Road at Packington Street - Coronet cinema C1915

Built in 1911, the cinema was renamed Blue Hall Annexe in 1924, a parrtner to the main Blue Hall cinema in Upper Street - see picture here... www.flickr.com/photos/warsaw1948/10645423295/in/set-72157... More information about the Coronet can be found at the Cinema Treasures websire here... cinematreasures.org/theaters/21232 Although the foyer area was demolished and replaced, he main auditorium part of the building survives. It was named the Merchants Hall, but now appears to be empty and…

Yorkshire Grey - old and new, Grays Inn Road London History, Old London, London Photos, England Uk, Camden, Old And New, Yorkshire, Street View, Victorian

Yorkshire Grey, 31 & 33 Grays Inn road, Holborn & Theobalds road WC1X

Yorkshire Grey, 31 & 33 Grays Inn road, Holborn & Theobalds road WC1X

Cross, Reynolds News, Gray's Inn Road, 1938 and 2012 Vintage London, Old London, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, London Bus, London Transport, Old Street, London Photos

232-King's Cross, Reynolds News, Gray's Inn Road, 1938 and 2012

In the top picture, near the bottom of Gray's Inn Road, a tram passes the spot where pic 231 was taken, but the camera points in the opposite direction, looking towards Holborn. The tram, on route 59 to Waltham Cross, soon to be displaced by the trolleybus, is followed by one of the new vehicles undergoing trials. In this marvellous photograph taken over 70 years ago, there is much action as we see a smartly raincoated gentleman hurying across the street, while nearby a crew member of what…

 Once the Central London Ophthalmic Hospital - Grays Inn Road. Old London, Interior And Exterior, Image Search, Pergola, Places To Visit, Outdoor Structures, Yahoo Search, Architecture, Buildings

Derelict London Hospitals

Since this website started in 2003 there have been many additions to the page making it too bulky so I have now divided it into sections for each side of the Thames. The Hospitals section has been...

Dentist in London? (Particularly dental implants) Tavistock, Private Practice, Dental Implants, United Kingdom, Things To Come, Street View, London, Healthy, England

Dentist in London? (Particularly dental implants) - FlyerTalk Forums

U.K. and Ireland - Dentist in London? (Particularly dental implants) - My apologies for the OT post but I find this section to be a very valuable source of good recommendations when it comes to London things. I need to have some dental work done fairly urgently, and I'd prefer to have it done in the UK (London, as it's

Posts about Chapel Market written by Mr X Vintage London, Old London, London City, London History, British History, Ancient Architecture, Art And Architecture, Old Pictures, Old Photos

Chapel Market: The London Nobody Knows

Located in the heart of Angel, between Penton Street and Liverpool Road is Chapel Market. Known as Chapel Street until 1936, it changed its name after the busy market that had established itself we…

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