Cutting of the highest hedge of England, in Cirencester. The hedge is 11 meters high and was planted in 1720. Panorama 28-07-1962

wilfredlewis: fuckyeahenglisheccentrics:Gardeners pruning the highest hedge in England, in Cirencester. The hedge is 11 meters high and was planted in Panorama I used to walk past this hedge every day whilst at College in Cirencester.

Paddington station, 1950. The mainline station, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was built with private funds and owned by the Great Western Railway.

Paddington station, circa The mainline station, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was built with private funds and owned by the Great Western Railway. It included a hotel, the Great Western Royal (now the Hilton London Paddington).

Fan Ho - Old Hong Kong Photos

Critically acclaimed Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the and taking gritty and darkly beautiful photos of street life in Hong Kong. His photographs are to be published in his new book “Fan Ho: A Hong Kong Memoir.

An unidentified alley in Lambeth, London c. 1860’s. Uneven cobbles, walls jutting out and leaning as if about to collapse, and is that a costermonger’s barrow at the end of the alley?

[ABSOLUTELY PERFECT setting for Carriage en route to burglary AND Chase Scene!] An unidentified alley in Lambeth, London c. Uneven cobbles, walls jutting out and leaning as if about to collapse, and is that a costermonger’s barrow at the end of the alley?

The George Inn, Southwark. The George Inn survives as one of London’s last remaining medieval coaching Inns that Dickens refers to in Little Dorrit and would have visited himself.

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

The George Inn, just off Borough High Street in Southwark dates from 1677 & is London's only surviving original galleried coaching inn. In Shakespeare's day plays would have been performed beneath the crowded galleries. Photo taken in the late century.

1952: Liverpool Street. | 31 Gorgeous Photos Of The London Underground In The '50s And '60s

Harry Todd Liverpool Street, London, 1952 Rays of springtime sun illuminate a railway policewoman in Liverpool Street Station, London March from Hulton Archive/Getty (Facie Populi ™)

Victorian Buildings and its people #Victorian #London #History

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

Elephant And Castle tube station, 1907. It had opened the year before by the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway.

Elephant And Castle Bakerloo Line Station, Skipton Street, Elephant And Castle, Bermondsey Rotherhithe And Southwark, Greater London August 1907 -Photographer AAB

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