The World's End in Camden Town, London- a major location in Rook, Rhyme & Sinker, third book in the Ernie Bisquets Mystery Series.

The World's End pub in Camden Town, London- a major location in Rook, Rhyme & Sinker, third book in the Ernie Bisquets Mystery Series.

Kings Cross station, 1952.

LONDON UK- King's Cross Railway Station - British Railways depot - Designed by architect Lewis Cubitt, opened in 1850 as terminus for the Great Northern Railway.

We love mobile tea @ thinkmatcha.com! The Braithwaites Tea's Mobile Station…

Ooooh, maybe a mobile Tea Apothecary? The Braithwaites Teas mobile station, serving cream teas in London

Leicester Square Odeon opened in London's West End.

As these photographs show, the once-majestic art deco Odeon cinemas have become uninspiring shopping blocks, bingo halls and stationary superstores.

Cobbled street in Camden, London, England, United Kingdom, 1963, photograph by John Gay.

Cobbled street in Camden, London, England, United Kingdom, photograph by John Gay.

A large sign requesting 'Quiet for the Wounded' hangs outside Charing Cross Hospital at Agar Street, London, in September 1914. Heavy traffic has been diverted to minimise noise in the street.

A large sign requesting 'Quiet for the Wounded' hangs outside Charing Cross Hospital at Agar Street, London, in September Heavy traffic was diverted to minimise noise in the street.

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