LONDON IN THE SPRING OF 1941: EVERYDAY LIFE IN LONDON, ENGLAND
A smiling flower-seller sells flowers fresh from Covent Garden to two happy customers visiting her stall at this London market. As well as the tulips she is holding, daffodils form a large part of her stock.
An aerial view of Hyde Park Corner before the changes made in the early 1960s. Great swathes of Green Park and the gardens of Buckingham Palace were taken for the roundabout leaving the Constitution Arch marooned in a sea of traffic.