1955: All-night dancing.
After leaving the 'Club Americana', a Saturday night jazz club open from midnight until 7 a.m., American troops and their girlfriends wait at Piccadilly Circus Station for the first train home, London, 25th November 1955.
Philip Davies: Panoramas of Lost London | MONOVISIONS - Black & White Photography Magazine
Nearly 300 spectacular photographs of Londons lost buildings from the London Metropolitan Archive in Panoramic format. Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buidings, some of them historic masterpieces, captured in location just before their destruction between 1870-1945. Philip Davies Panoramas of Lost London Transatlantic Press, 2011 ISBN-13: 978-1907176722 368 pages, Hardcover 37x29cm Order the book: www.amazon.co.uk Comments comments
Entrance to Euston underground station, 1908 - Photos - Our collection
The National Railway Museum in York and Shildon is home to the UK's national rail collection. Includes museum visitor info, events, exhibitions and collections.
Walking on the Thames: 1963's big freeze in pictures | ITV News
The latest cold snap may leave Britons shivering, but it has nothing on the chill of 1963, which saw the coldest January since 1814.
On the rooftops of London. Coo, what a sight!
With the weather being a bit grim in Ireland today, thought we might go all Mary Poppins and take ourselves off over to London for a change. Can't identify any individual business except for Stokes Leather Warehouse (see note), and it'd be great to get some idea of the spot from which this one was taken (over to you, mapping gurus)... Date: 1860-1883 NLI Ref: STP_0424 You can also view this image, and many thousands of others, on the NLI’s catalogue at catalogue.nli.ie
Save Soho: Fascinating old photos of the vibrant heart of London's West End over the years
IBTimes UK presents a gallery of historic street scenes in Soho, an area under threat of redevelopment.