View of houses in Drury Lane, Westminster, London, 1876 Including the premises of J Johnson, Coal and Coke Merchant

Cock and Magpie Tavern (right), Drury Lane South side of street at intersection of Drury Ct. (today intersection of Drury Lane and Aldwych).

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Cobblestone street London - Mews were the alley entrances to stables for horses/carriages behind the large houses. Converted to separate homes now.

Fascinating book offering a 'Door into the Past' with fabulous photos of old London buildings and people!!!! by Philip Davies

Fossil Machine 3-Hand Date Leather Watch

Lost London 1870 - 1945 by Philip Davies - beautiful photos and interesting details about various parts of the city

Stuck in the middle!

Ye Olde Cock Tavern on Fleet Street, London, originally opened its doors on the north side of the street in It has resided in building since and was the preferred watering hole of such famous citizens as Samuel Pepys, Charles Dickens, and Dr.

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