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Two women walking past the graffiti 'No Evictions!' on a railway bridge on Grafton Road, Camden. Much of the area was bulldozed and redeveloped in the 1960s and early 1970s.

London, England in 19th century. Looking upon those thousands of people makes you realize why a creature, such as Dracula, would want to be in a city that never sleeps. He would have been able to walk among the living without any suspicion of who he really was.

St Mary le Bow, Cheapside, 1910 - Being born in the range of these bells denotes true "cockney"

END OF THE LINE - Etching by Colin Bailey St Pancras station clock tower rises above the courtyard of Midhope House on the Hillview estate in Kings Cross in the 1980s. These 1890’s tenement blocks were “decanted” in the late 1970’s by Camden Council pending demolition. They were rapidly squatted by the survivors of the Tolmers Square and Huntley Street squats who fought a drawn out and often bitter battle with Camden council to save the buildings.