What a difference 400 years makes: the London skyline 1616 v 2016 – interactive
Inspired by Claes Jansz Visscher’s classic engraving of London half a century before the Great Fire, Robin Reynolds has updated the view to the present day
Mud, Flood And Blood: Photos Of London's River Thames 1895-2000 - Flashbak
ONCE upon a time, the River Thames was a working river. The docks thrived. The Ports of London was a hive of imports, business and skullduggery. No part of London has changed more than the docks. In the late 1930s, London Docks was the busiest port in the world. Forty years late, the docks were a … Continue reading "Mud, Flood And Blood: Photos Of London’s River Thames 1895-2000"