Greenwich

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Old photograph of children enjoying Greenwich Beach below the walkway Victorian Life, Victorian London, Victorian Photos, Vintage London, Old London, East London, London Pictures, London Photos, Old Pictures

Dockers: Greenwich Beach

Memoryscape sound walks, London. Dockers walk - Greenwich Beech

Ballast Quay, Greenwich late - Image copyright of Greenwich Heritage Centre Search Room, Artillery Square, Woolwich / LONDON Vintage London, Old London, East London, Old Greenwich, Greenwich London, London History, Industrial Photography, River Thames, London Photography

Ballast Quay, Greenwich late 1950′s - Image copyright of Greenwich Heritage Centre Search Room, Artillery Square, Woolwich.

The Grapes, Limehouse. An historic riverside pub dating from 1585 and still in business today. Limehouse area of London known for it's opium dens in Victorian times. Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, East End London, London Pubs, London City, London Food, London Restaurants, Victorian Women

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Greenwich town Hall - Vanity project of its day - what did that towe and viewing window cost? Old Greenwich, Greenwich London, London History, Local History, London Bus, Old London, Window Cost, My Route, South London

Greenwich town Hall - Vanity project of its day - what did that towe and viewing window cost?

The Trafalgar Tavern was built in 1837 and soon celebrated for its… Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, South London, Victorian Era, London History, British History, Local History, Family History

The Trafalgar Tavern [c1915] was built in 1837 and soon celebrated for its whitebait suppers, attended by Members of Parliament who arrived by barge from Westminster; these dinners continued until 1883. The pub was later used as a hotel and flats, but restored to pub and restaurant use in 1964 and still in business today.

Greenwich South East London England in 1924 note the training ship in front of the main house Vintage London, Old London, East London, Greenwich Palace, Greenwich London, Royal Residence, London Places, River Thames, Maine House

The Royal Naval College and the Royal Hospital School from the air. - Leisure, health and housing

View of Royal Naval College and the Royal Hospital School from the air with sailing barges on the Thames. The school drill ship 'Fame' can be seen in front of the Queen's House. The last of three such vessels there since 1843, all used for seamanship practice, she was removed in 1933-35.

Inside the crypt of St Alfege Church, Greenwich. Photo by Rob Powell Vintage London, Old London, East London, Old Greenwich, Greenwich London, Nicholas Hawksmoor, Medieval, Saints, Lights

Photo special: Inside the crypt of St Alfege Church

Photos from inside the crypt at Nicholas Hawksmoor's St Alfege Church in Greenwich

Greenwich Town Hall by Clifford Culpin Town hall designed by architect Clifford Culpin in the style of Dutch designer WM Dudok who was very influential on British municipal architects in the The building was altered by the Rolfe. Old Greenwich, Greenwich London, Vintage London, Old London, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, London Architecture, Hall Design, South London

Modernism in Metro-Land

Greenwich Town Hall (1939) by Clifford Culpin Town hall designed by architect Clifford Culpin in the style of Dutch designer WM Dudok who was very influential on British municipal architects in the...

A number of children stand at the entrance to Greenwich Market in Turnpin Lane, Greenwich. The three balls of a pawnbrokers shop are clearly visible under the archway. Greenwich Market, Old Greenwich, Greenwich London, London Pictures, London Photos, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, British History

Market History | Greenwich Market

An ancient village on the banks of the Thames, steeped in Royal history, Greenwich has long been home to a Royal Charter Market which was originally assigned to the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital on the 19th December 1700 for 1,000 years. #Greenwich #GreenwichMarket #Market #London