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London life & times

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Henry and Thomas James Dixon, no. Helen’s" carbon print mounted on card, from 'Relics of Old London' (Society for Photographing Relics of Old London, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection) Old London, City Of London, Victorian London, Vintage London, Victorian Ladies, London History, British History, American History, Old Pictures

The Photographers of 1870s London Who Documented Their Disappearing City

The idea of capturing something in photography before it disappears dates back almost to the dawn of the medium.

Liverpool Street Station, City of London Victorian Life, Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, Liverpool Street, London Street, London City, London History, British History

ViewFinder - Image Details

Results of conducting a search of the ViewFinder database of historic photographs of England.

A Muffin Man, London~ Victorian/Edwardian households had many fresh foods delivered; muffins would be delivered door-to-door by a muffin man. "Have you seen the muffin man, the muffin man.Have you seen the muffin man who lives down Drury Lane? Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Victorian London, Vintage London, London History, British History, Asian History, Tudor History

Rare Historical Photos With Descriptions (30 photos) | KLYKER.COM

Some of these photos are really chilling.

A cyclist riding a penny farthing over Hammersmith Bridge, London. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) London in the Victorian Era Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, Victorian Era, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, British History

'Penny Farthing' Photographic Print - Hulton Archive | Art.com

Photographic Print: Penny Farthing by Hulton Archive : 24x18in

From The Map of Roman Britain, Second Edition, published by the Ordnance Survey in 1931 London Blog, London Map, Old London, Map Of Britain, Roman Britain, Uk History, London History, Vintage Maps, Antique Maps

London’s Roman Roads

Map of Roman roads on the site that would become London

I was working for Balfour Beatty, Queen Street in 1948 and can remember this sight. (St Paul's Cathedral looking down Cannon Street from Cannon Street Fire Station showing the devastation caused by German bombing during the Second World War. London Pictures, London Photos, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, British History, Local History, Family History, Vintage London

1 x Gray Safety Child car seat belt Strap Soft Shoulder Pad Cover Cushion

Baby car auto safety seat belt harness shoulder pad cushion. Help comfortably support your head and neck. Detachable and shrink-proof, non-deforming, and very easy to clean. Sleep safely mile after mile without a sore ...

Print  Roman Map Of London England Circa (Cartography Replica Poster) & Garden Uk History, London History, British History, Ancient History, London Map, Old London, London City, London Bridge, Vintage Maps

Map Of Roman London - Post AD190.

MAPCO Map And Plan Collection Online : Map Of Roman London - Post AD190.

People walking over Westminster Bridge in London, with Big Ben & the Houses of Parliament visible through snow & fog, Winter Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Rare Photos, Des Photos Saisissantes, London Photos, London Winter, London Snow, London History

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Pessoas sobre a ponte de Westminster em Londres com Big Ben e as casas do parlamento visível através da neve e da névoa em 1955. #london #Londres #Westminster #BigBen #milhas #minhasmilhas #passagemaerea #viajar #aero #fds #sp #rj #amoviajar #tbt #history #historia desconhecido.

London in the Roman Period, Stukeley, 1720 - Category:Old maps of London - Wikimedia Commons Old Maps Of London, Vintage London, Old London, Map Of Victoria, Central London Map, Os Maps, Roman Britain, Pictorial Maps, Plan Sketch

Drawn plan of London in Roman times which was later engraved and published in Dr. Stukeley's "Itinerarium Curiosum" . The plan shows the Roman street plan and road network connecting London to other important centres of the province, with the wall, gates, prominent buildings and geographical features represented pictorially. William Stukeley was an antiquarian with a scholarly interest in sacred history and cabalistic science.