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A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had surviv London Pictures, London Photos, Vintage London, Old London, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Visit, Victorian Buildings, London Street, London Life

Photos taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed

A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In 1973, civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had survived the Blitz would be lost forever, so he set out to photograph them for posterity.

Westminster Bridge London in 1897 and Now Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, Rio Tamesis, Paris, London History, British History, Asian History, Tudor History

Queen's Diamond Jubilee: London, then and now

A new book, 'The Queens' London', makes a striking comparison of the city in the diamond Jubilee years of Victoria and Elizabeth II.

Gerrard Street, Chinatown in 1973 and today London Now, London Places, Old London, London Life, West London, London History, British History, Tower Bridge London, Camden Town

Photos taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed

A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In 1973, civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had survived the Blitz would be lost forever, so he set out to photograph them for posterity.

Tottenham Court Road tube station on Oxford Street in 1973 and today London Now, Old London, London Life, Oxford Street, London Street, Victorian Buildings, London History, Vintage London, Historical Images

Photos taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed

A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In 1973, civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had survived the Blitz would be lost forever, so he set out to photograph them for posterity.

Market Hall, Covent Garden, in 1973 when it was still a market, and today, filled with shops and restaurants London History, British History, Vintage London, Old London, London Street, London Life, Tower Bridge London, Victorian Buildings, The Blitz

Photos taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed

A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In 1973, civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had survived the Blitz would be lost forever, so he set out to photograph them for posterity.

Cecil Court off St Martins Lane in 1973 and today Vintage London, Old London, London Street, London Life, Victorian Buildings, The Blitz, Historical Images, London Photos, Covent Garden

Photos taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed

A collection of photographs taken almost 40 years apart show how London's streets have changed. In 1973, civil servant John Hutchinson photographed areas in London which were under threat of redevelopment. He feared the Victorian buildings that had survived the Blitz would be lost forever, so he set out to photograph them for posterity.

Westbere Road Library The first West Hampstead library in Westbere Road, it was destroyed by a bomb in the Second World war. Westbere Road Library by. Vintage London, Old London, Swiss Cottage, Brick Building, Red Bricks, Bristol, Vintage Photos, Past, Presents

Past & present in NW London

South End Close Here we have the terminus for bus route 24 next to the public loos at South End Green. The red brick building is the South End Close Estate...