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Lower Fore Street, a narrow cobblestoned street in Lambeth, pictured in 1865. Fore Street is shown on John Roque's map of 1746. It ran alongside the river between Vauxhall Gardens and Lambeth Palace.

Lower Fore Street, a narrow cobblestoned street in Lambeth, pictured in 1865. Fore Street is shown on John Roque's map of 1746. It ran alongside the river between Vauxhall Gardens and Lambeth Palace.

Another Lambeth picture, this time of the Thames foreshore where many people found work as labourers or sailors, shortly before the building of the Albert Embankment in 1866-9. It is part of a collection of images by William Strudwick, which are among the only surviving mid 19th-century images of a London working class district.

Another Lambeth picture, this time of the Thames foreshore where many people found work as labourers or sailors, shortly before the building of the Albert Embankment in 1866-9. It is part of a collection of images by William Strudwick, which are among the only surviving mid 19th-century images of a London working class district.

Digging down adds drama! Stunning extension connected with small garden. CLICK http://www.hollandgreen.co.uk/house_extensions#.U_L9sPldU7k to see if you could do something similar.

Digging down adds drama! Stunning extension connected with small garden. CLICK http://www.hollandgreen.co.uk/house_extensions#.U_L9sPldU7k to see if you could do something similar.

This is the millienium bridge in Newcastle U.K. where my sister lives.. It's amazing to look at, and can't wait to see it again in the fall!

This is the millienium bridge in Newcastle U.K. where my sister lives.. It's amazing to look at, and can't wait to see it again in the fall!

The coming of the railways transformed London. This picture shows construction workers or "navvies" on the Metropolitan District Railway at Praed Street around 1867. The roof of the new Paddington Underground station can be seen in the distance.

The coming of the railways transformed London. This picture shows construction workers or "navvies" on the Metropolitan District Railway at Praed Street around 1867. The roof of the new Paddington Underground station can be seen in the distance.

A view of the Strand around 1890, taken from in front of St Mary le Strand. On the left is Somerset House, where Dickens's father John worked as a clerk for the Navy Pay Office.

A view of the Strand around 1890, taken from in front of St Mary le Strand. On the left is Somerset House, where Dickens's father John worked as a clerk for the Navy Pay Office.

This picture shows St John's Gate, the gateway to what was once the priory of the Knights of St John. By the 18th century, it housed the offices of the publishers of the Gentleman's Magazine.

This picture shows St John's Gate, the gateway to what was once the priory of the Knights of St John. By the 18th century, it housed the offices of the publishers of the Gentleman's Magazine.

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