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glass slides once used for magic lantern shows by the London & Middlesex Archaeological Society at the Bishopsgate Institute A879

glass slides once used for magic lantern shows by the London & Middlesex Archaeological Society at the Bishopsgate Institute A879

Ludgate Hill, City of London (ca.1910?) showing the long departed railway bridge. This was replaced by the Snow HIll tunnel taking the Thameslink line from Farringdon to Blackfriars under rather than over Ludgate Hill, revealing the view of St. Pauls in background.

Ludgate Hill, City of London (ca.1910?) showing the long departed railway bridge. This was replaced by the Snow HIll tunnel taking the Thameslink line from Farringdon to Blackfriars under rather than over Ludgate Hill, revealing the view of St. Pauls in background.

Regent Street, London, 1910. And here is how it looks now: http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/03/18/article-1258785-08C2C210000005DC-27_470x423.jpg

Regent Street, London, 1910. And here is how it looks now: http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/03/18/article-1258785-08C2C210000005DC-27_470x423.jpg

Colour photographs of Britain - Retronaut  #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

Colour photographs of Britain - Retronaut #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

The stuff nightmares are made from...Vintage photo of a Ventriloquist with his family of dummies.

The stuff nightmares are made from...Vintage photo of a Ventriloquist with his family of dummies.

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

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

London's Picadilly Circus ca1900. Built in 1819 as part of Prince Regent-George IV's effort to create a more representative capital area in the West End, it links Regent Street to Picadilly and several other major streets. It has so far survived several projects to replace it with a modern version carrying great volumes of vehicle traffic. JC

London's Picadilly Circus ca1900. Built in 1819 as part of Prince Regent-George IV's effort to create a more representative capital area in the West End, it links Regent Street to Picadilly and several other major streets. It has so far survived several projects to replace it with a modern version carrying great volumes of vehicle traffic. JC

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