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Vintage London Photography

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Photos of Mid-Seventies London by David Rostance - Flashbak

1976, the year that David Rostance took some of these fascinating photographs, is probably best remembered for the extraordinary heat wave and its accompanying drought.

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London by Alfred Buckham, pioneer of aerial photography.      Eighteenth century houses at Borough Market by William Whiffin      Bunhill ...

By the end of the 19th century, London was not just a bustling, world-class city. It was also the center of Britain's Empire. People living in London had access to goods from around the world... if they could afford them, that is. Not everyone could afford them, however, since London was also a city of contrasts. London by Alfred Buckham, pioneer of aerial photography. Eighteenth century houses at Borough Market by William Whiffin Bunhill Fields A plane tree in Cheapside Dirty Dick’s in…

Stand and stare: Shoppers and tradesmen seem intrguied by Mr Mathew's camera equipment, and stand back to stare directly into the shot

These painstakingly restored photographs, taken on April 20 1912 by C A Mathew, show the busy commercial district thronging with people and horse-drawn carts.

Looking to visit one of the coolest areas in London? Here's the best things to do in Shoreditch, London. From a local!

Looking to visit one of the coolest areas in London? Here's the best things to do in Shoreditch, London. From a local!

Karl Sander, a former German circus performer riding in Streatham in south London, 9 August 1932

Karl Sander, a former German circus performer riding in Streatham in south London, 9 August 1932 from vintage everyday’s look at old photos of buses in London

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Photos of the West End of London, 1965-1968 - Flashbak

Greg ‘Groggy’ Lehey is, in his own words, a retired Unix hacker. Born in Australia he went to school in Malaysia, Australia and in England. After University he went into computing immediately. His website includes diaries from the time these photos were taken. These photos are shown courtesy of Greg Lehey They are used under Creative … Continue reading "Photos of the West End of London, 1965-1968"

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