London in the 1920's-lunch break by the Tower Of London
During the 1920's, this area was called Tower Wharf. On a pleasant day, office workers take their lunch break. While seated on an old cannon, possibly from the Napoleonic wars, they can watch the comings and goings of river traffic in the Upper Pool and if they're lucky, maybe Tower Bridge being raised.
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Bygone times: Incredible colour photos from the early 20th century which capture a world on the brink of permanent change
More than a century after an ambitious project by French millionaire Albert Kahn was launched - his collection of incredible colour photographs are being brought to a mass audience for the first time.
Old London Bridge: Traders, Travellers & Traitors | The Tudor Travel Guide
Discover old London Bridge, a wonder of the medieval and Tudor world! Learn about its history and appearance in the sixteenth century.
Incredible black and white images show River Thames in its glory days
The photos, which show the docks and shipbuilding yards that once dominated London's riverside (shown), have been revealed in a book called The Thames Through Time: A Liquid History.
Durham House, Salisbury House, and Worcester House, London, c1630 ....
Durham House, Salisbury House, and Worcester House, London, c1630 . View showing three houses that used to stand on the Strand backing onto the Thames. Durham House was built as a summer residence... Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
New discovery suggests London's story goes back more than 3,000 years longer than previously thought
A remarkable new archaeological discovery suggests that London, as a centre for organised social and political activity, may be almost three times as old as previously thought.
Views of Durham House, Salisbury House and Worcester House on Thames, not by Hollar : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
imageViews of Durham House, Salisbury House and Worcester House on Thames, not by Hollar Published 1808 Topics Europe, Bohemia, Prints, Czech Republic, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1808
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