London Victoria station, Southern Railway

London Victoria station, Southern Railway

1932: Construction workers take a lunch break with one of the two 300ft high chimneys of Battersea Power station, which was nearing completion, in the background

Battersea Power Station: a history of the London landmark in pictures

Construction of Battersea Power Station, South West London (the largest brick building in Europe and is notable for its original, lavish Art Deco interior fittings and decor)

Millbank Penitentiary 1880s

Work among the fallen as seen in the prison cell - Page 2

Millbank Penitentiary 1880s

Work among the fallen as seen in the prison cell - Page 2

Looking very clean and smart, Victoria bus station in 1937

Looking very clean and smart, Victoria bus station in 1937

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Click To Enlarge Right Half

Victorian Prison

Bird's-eye view of Millbank Prison from Henry Mayhew's, 'The Criminal Prisons of London', Shelfmark: British Library

Contemporary plan of the Millbank Penitentiary

Stanford's Library Map of London and its Suburbs. Published by Edward Stanford, Charing Cross, London, February

Lillington Gardens - Pimlico 1970 - Darbourne and Darke

Lillington Gardens - Pimlico 1970 - Darbourne and Darke

Photo:Regency Street SW1, December 1940

Photo:Regency Street SW1, December 1940

Denison House, Vauxhall Bridge Road, London by SteelwayUK, via Flickr

Denison House, Vauxhall Bridge Road, London by SteelwayUK, via Flickr

Victoria Station, London

Victoria Station, London

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Looking very clean and smart, Victoria bus station in 1937

Pimlico Secondary School: Harold Wilson talks to pupils as they walk him around the school grounds. The British Labour Leader and his wife were the guests of honour at the ceremony, held on the 22nd October. At the time Wilson was Leader of the Opposition, having served as British Prime Minister between 1964-1970. He became Prime Minister once more between March 1974- April 1976, before resigning from his post.

Pimlico Secondary School: Harold Wilson talks to pupils as they walk him around the school grounds. The British Labour Leader and his wife were the guests of honour at the ceremony, held on the 22nd October. At the time Wilson was Leader of the Opposition, having served as British Prime Minister between 1964-1970. He became Prime Minister once more between March 1974- April 1976, before resigning from his post.

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