Graffiti in the Tower of London

Graffiti in a cell in the Tower of London. Thomas Roper was the son-in-law of Sir Thomas Moore who was beheaded in the Tower

Oxford Street, London, 1897.

Oxford Street, London, Can you just imagine Sherlock Holmes is the guy on the carriage?

East End c.1912

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

St Bartholomew's gatehouse that leads to the oldest parish church in London - St Bartholomew-the-Great - was built in the sixteenth century.

St Bartholomew's gatehouse leading to the oldest parish church in London; century St Bartholomew-the-Great. In 1916 a German Zeppelin bomb fell nearby causing tiles to fall off, revealing this Elizabethan half timber fronted house built in

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The Tabard Inn, Borough High Street, London. "First established in 1307 and destroyed by fire in the Century." This can't be the original Inn, as they did not have photography in the c. Maybe they rebuilt it?

Terrace of the Houses of Parliament, c.1910

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"Leadenhall Market, City of London, 1910."

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Leadenhall Market, vintage everyday: Edwardian Markets – 19 Vintage Photos Show the Trading in the

16 Ghostly Images Of London Landmarks Then And Now

16 Ghostly Images Of London Landmarks Then And Now

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