Roman galley discovered during the construction of County Hall in 1910

Galley at County Hall site Roman galley discovered during the construction of County Hall in 1910

London Bridge was sold for £1 to American oil tycoon Robert McCullough on this day 18th April 1968. He decided to knock it down brick by brick and have it re-built at Lake Havasu in the United States

London Bridge was sold for to American oil tycoon Robert McCullough on this day April He decided to knock it down brick by brick and have it re-built at Lake Havasu in the United States

The Prospect Of Whitby, a public house on the River Thames at Wapping, 26th September 1942. Originally named the Devil's Tavern for its nefarious clientele, it was rebuilt and renamed in the early 19th century. Original Publication : Picture Post - 1230 - A Quiet Evening In A Riverside Pub - pub. 1942 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

VINTAGE LONDON: The Prospect Of Whitby, a public house on the River Thames at Wapping, September Originally named the Devil's Tavern for its nefarious clientele, it was rebuilt and renamed in the early century.

Kingsland Road, 1929

Traffic scene at Shoreditch in 1929 - showing that navigating up Kingsland Road has always been a nightmare (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

30th April 1934: 70 year old Mark Hill riding his 45 year old pennyfarthing bicycle in Battersea (Photo by William Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

April 70 year old Mark Hill riding his 45 year old pennyfarthing bicycle in Battersea (Photo by William Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Staple Inn, Holborn c. 1911.

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Middle Temple Lane, c. 1910

Middle Temple Lane 1910 :: Forgotten corners of old London - Retronaut This street still looks the same.

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