London Mist by Russian Artist Oleg Trofimov, Tower Bridge

London Mist by Russian Artist Oleg Trofimov, Tower Bridge -- I love the texture in this.

London Underground poster  1952, Edward Bawden

City, by Edward Bawden, 1952 Published by London Transport, 1952

london, 1951 photo by henri cartier-bresson/

London 1951 Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson The way this photographer has used the black and white effect makes the photo have a story.

Great Windmill Street, Soho, London, 1973

Soho: then and now

Great Windmill Street, Soho, London, 1973 I remember going to see Alec Guinness in the play at the Lyric with Patricia Hayes and Andrew Sachs

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).

At London's Service : London Transport

London Transport at London’s Service - poster by Clive Gardiner - 1933 (by mikeyashworth

london skyline

I've wanted to go to London since I was a little girl reading Beatrix Potter books in my parents bed. When I get there and see all this in person I'll probably cry. Like an idiot.

Michael Tompsett - London Skyline

Michael Tompsett - London Skyline

London Skyline Watercolour by Michael Tompsett - London Skyline Watercolour Digital Art - London Skyline Watercolour Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

London Belongs To Me

Vintage Fontana book London Belongs to Me

Saatchi Online Artist: Stephen Mitchell; Acrylic, 2012, Painting "London Cityscape"

London Cityscape

Saatchi Art: London Cityscape Painting by Stephen Mitchell

The Kings Road from the roof of Peter Jones. c.1960 By John Bignell

Bignell's World: Looking down the King’s Road from the roof of Peter Jones department store.

An artistic impression of London before Monday’s Burberry A/W14 show

An artistic impression of London before Monday’s Burberry show

Westminster Bridge c.1950.

Foggy days of my forefathers

1890s. The City and South London Railway opened the world's first electric underground railway to the public on Dec. 18, 1890. Using the electrified third-rail system it ran from King William Street to Stockwell.

Portrait of a City: A Look at London

A London tube station, 1890

Trafalgar Square from 1950/51. Look closely and you'll see the paws of the lion are missing. They were taken away for repair in 1950 and had been damaged in a 1941 wartime bomb.

Trafalgar Square from Look closely and you'll see the paws of the lion are missing. They were taken away for repair in 1950 and had been damaged in a 1941 wartime bomb.

Painting London Tower Bridge Acrylic Art Original Ink © Camilla Dowse

Painting London Tower Bridge Acrylic Art Original Ink © Camilla Dowse

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