Dickens's London: in pictures
A new collection of Victorian photographs conjures up the winding streets and smoking factories of the city that inspired Charles Dickens.
Discover London through history
Inspired by our upcoming event at the Museum of London in which Sebastian Groes and Iain Sinclair discuss representations of Victorian London in 19th century literature, we’ve put together a selection of photographs which show the capital at the time. Click on each image below for more information. Taking these images into consideration, do you think the portrayal of Victorian London by Dickens and his contemporaries was realistic? Have your say in the comments section below or join us at…
Ludgate Hill and Circus from Fleet Street: 19th century, Anonymous
Ludgate Hill and Circus from Fleet Street: 19th century by Anonymous. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London