Picadilly Circus Station - 1970
Tube train entering Picadilly Circus Station, London. More than half a million passengers begin or end journeys at Picadilly Circus every week. Photograph by permission of London Transport.
The platform of the Central London Railway extension at Liverpool Street Station, 1912.
From the Victorian era through to World War Two - featuring tube strikes, carriage redesigns, passenger complaints, ticket machines and air raid shelters.
The collapse of Ronan Point, May 1968 - in pictures
On 16 May 1968, a gas explosion in the kitchen of an 18th floor flat resulted in the collapse of the entire south-east corner of Ronan Point, a 22-storey east London tower block, killing four people and injuring 17. The disaster led to a loss of public confidence in high-rise residential buildings and resulted in major changes in UK building regulations
Streetscape showing the New Cross Empire, London, circa 1910
Colour-tinted postcard showing the façade and a side wall of the New Cross Empire Theatre within a streetscape of New Cross Road in London.
The 'Skylon', a 'tensegrity' structure architected by Hidalgo Moya, Philip Powell and Felix Samuely, and fabricated by Painter Brothers of Hereford, England, at the 'Festival of Britain, which commenced in 1951.[0768×1232]
High quality images of architecture.