Victorian Era

Collection by Morgane Pinterest

Victorian-era London slum children

Tower Bridge 1893

Unseen images of a lost London (when it really was a capital place to live!)

Lost in the archives of English Heritage for 25 years, these never-before published images can now be seen.

Whitechapel, one of the worst London slums & stomping ground of Jack The Ripper

Wentworth Street, Whitechapel

1872 --- by Gustave Dore --- Image by © Stapleton Collection/Corbis

Regent Street ~ London ~ 1900

The Gentle Author in Piccadilly

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

Interior of Crystal Palace, London, 1851

Hugh Owen | View of Transept, Looking South | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The transept, inside Crystal Palace, Hyde Park. From "Dickinson's comprehensive pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851." England; 1854.

Disp Img

There are a lot of ways on how you can become a model. Especially today, the internet has opened up new doors on how to be one. One kind of modeling that's a

Notting Hill Gate Station after completion in the 19th century.

How the Tube was built, using picks, ponies, shovels - and a lot of

There is, sadly, no trace of any of the stations that were built on the first Underground line, which initially ran between Farringdon and Paddington and was soon extended to Blackfriars via Kensington, Westminster and the Victoria embankment.

Children playing in a London slum (present day Clerkenwell), 1899.  Photograph by Mr. Henry Walter Fincham.

National Photographic Record and Survey | Fincham, Henry, Walter Mr | V&A Search the Collections

Photograph of children playing in Aylesbury Place, Clerkenwell, London, by Henry Walter Fincham, 1899. Museum Number E.3173-2000.

The Crystal Palace - closing the great exhibition

Closing Ceremony at the Crystal Palace (Larger image) | Expositions, where the modern technology of the times was exhibited.

Workers’ Housing in the 19th Century

The sociohistoric mission of modernist architecture

By industrializing the process of building houses and other structures, the architectural avant-garde believed that it could help to solve many of the profound problems that had emerged out of indu…

Gustave Doré. ‘'Over London by Rail'’