The Shops of Old London | Spitalfields Life I remember going here and facade looks surprisingly same

Liberty of London, - The Shops of Old London ++ spitalfieldslife.

Victoria Station, Victoria Street, Westminster, London 1915

Victoria Station, Victoria Street, Westminster, London 1915 by Howarth-Loomes

10 Hyde Park Place, smallest house in London c 1905

In the middle was the smallest house in London, 10 Hyde Park Place. It was hit by a bomb in during World War

Covent Garden Market | Museum of London

Covent Garden 1860 Museum of London

The Prospect Of Whitby, a public house on the River Thames at Wapping, 26th September 1942. Originally named the Devil's Tavern for its nefarious clientele, it was rebuilt and renamed in the early 19th century. Original Publication : Picture Post - 1230 - A Quiet Evening In A Riverside Pub - pub. 1942 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

VINTAGE LONDON: The Prospect Of Whitby, a public house on the River Thames at Wapping, September Originally named the Devil's Tavern for its nefarious clientele, it was rebuilt and renamed in the early century.

Old Kent Road, Southwark, c 1885

Old Kent Road, Southwark, London .It is shown here in the late century.The street was often lined with stalls and barrows selling all manner of wares. My Great grandfather was a barrowman in southwark

3. London Life: The Busy Docks in the Port of London 1950

From a collection of London postcards (published by Charles Skilton, via Spitalfields Life): busy docks in the Port of London

Starting young: A little girl selling cordial with meat sellers at either Paddy's Market or Bigg Market, Newcastle

Pictures of times past: Forgotten photographs give a rare and fascinating insight into 19th Century city life in Britain

Starting young: A little girl selling cordial with meat sellers at either Paddys Market or Bigg Market, Newcastle. A rare and fascinating insight into Century city life in Britain.

18 Nov 1953, London, England, UK --- Original caption: Pedestrians walk slowly through the haze

Pea souper that killed 12,000: So black you couldn't see the screen in cinemas. So suffocatingly lethal they ran out of coffins. How the Great Smog choked London 60 years ago this week

18 Nov London, England, UK --- Original caption: Pedestrians walk slowly through the haze

1876 ENGLAND London Street

Wall-workers (a system of cheap advertising whereby a wall is covered with an array of placards that are hung up in the morning and taken in at night). Photo by John Thomson for the magazine Street Life in London, 1876

Lost London - Sir Walter Raleighs house Blackwall http://www.memorymakertravelresource.com

Walter Raleigh’s House London, c. Sir Walter Raleigh’s house at Blackwall, London. The house was demolished during construction of the Blackwall Tunnel

These Pictures From The 1800s Show Victorian Era London At Its Finest

A conversation at the entrance to Inner Temple, Fleet St (c) Bishopsgate…

London. Swears & Wells Ltd, Ladies Modes, 1925.

Swears & Wells Ltd, Ladies Modes, 1926 The Shops of Old London (from Spitalfieldslife)

Gorgeous Gasometer of Bethnal Green, London. From Spitalfields blog.

Gorgeous Gasometer of Bethnal Green, London.

Corner shop, St Ann's Lane, Westminster, London

Corner shop, St Ann's Lane, Westminster, London

In Search Of The Rope Makers Of Stepney

The rope makers of Stepney, 1900 (Spitalfields Life). Up until the late C, rope making was a major industry in London at the time of sailing ships with the very long ropes needed for their sails.

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