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Westminster Dairy, The Quadrant, Regent St., George Scharf

Westminster Dairy, The Quadrant, Regent St., George Scharf

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The Mayor of Westminster turns on the escalators at Piccadilly Circus in 1928. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

The Mayor of Westminster turns on the escalators at Piccadilly Circus in 1928. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

EXCELLENT post re: Regency London, slums and hells. English Historical Fiction Authors: London in the early 19th century

EXCELLENT post re: Regency London, slums and hells. English Historical Fiction Authors: London in the early 19th century

George Scharf: From Regency Street to the Modern Metropolis, London - The Strand from the corner of Villiers Street c1824

George Scharf: From Regency Street to the Modern Metropolis, London - The Strand from the corner of Villiers Street c1824

John Wallis's Marine Library at Sidmouth, c. 1809. Once the fashion for sea bathing arrived, Circulating Libraries sprang up in various seaside places for the benefit of their visitors.

John Wallis's Marine Library at Sidmouth, c. 1809. Once the fashion for sea bathing arrived, Circulating Libraries sprang up in various seaside places for the benefit of their visitors.

Leaving after a party: c 1800 (Thos Rowlandson) Museum of London

Leaving after a party: c 1800 (Thos Rowlandson) Museum of London

George Seddon's Shop, Aldersgate Street, 1753. Seddon (1727-1801) was the founder of the largest firm of furniture-makers in London. His workshop was described by London visitor Sophie v. La Roche in 1786: He employs 400 apprentices on any work connected with the making of household furniture—joiners, carvers, gilders, mirror-workers, upholsterers, girdlers—who mould the bronze into graceful patterns—& locksmiths. All housed in a building with 6 wings...

George Seddon's Shop, Aldersgate Street, 1753. Seddon (1727-1801) was the founder of the largest firm of furniture-makers in London. His workshop was described by London visitor Sophie v. La Roche in 1786: He employs 400 apprentices on any work connected with the making of household furniture—joiners, carvers, gilders, mirror-workers, upholsterers, girdlers—who mould the bronze into graceful patterns—& locksmiths. All housed in a building with 6 wings...

Carlton House London | Carlton House London - A Virtual Tour of the Entrance Rooms.

Carlton House London | Carlton House London - A Virtual Tour of the Entrance Rooms.

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