Rare color photograph of a London Street in 1900 (via London in end of the Victorian Era. )This is Cheapside in the city of London. Statue is Sir Robert Peel.
City of London police officer uniform from the late century.
Victorian City of London policeman, Ludgate Circus.
A police constable on point duty saluting his Section Inspector London.
City of London bobby circa 1910 - this is the uniform Harry Sawdon wore only a few years later as a WWI London Constabulary Special Constable, for which he later received the Freedom of the City.
by Tony Hall, Hackney
The Great Smog of London, 1952 In inopportune weather exacerbated the effects of burning coal for electricity in London, blanketing the city in dense smog. Over people eventually died as.
Great Saint Helen’s, Bishopgate, City of London 1886 photographed by Henry Dixon.
London bobby circa policemen, called 'bobbies' or 'peelers,' were nicknamed after Robert Peel who began the first police force in London
With his collaborator John Morrison, Harold Burdekin photographed the streets of the city of London in the dark for his book London Night, published in 193