Rarely Seen Vintage Photographs of a Lost London From Between the and
Looking across a bustling Holborn towards Gamage's department store during its sale, showing people browsing outside the shop with motor cars and horse-drawn buses on the street
Postcards from London 2 2
Mornington Crescent. Mornington Crescent is a street in Camden, London, England. It was built in the 1820s, on a greenfield site just to the north of central London. The crescent was named after the Earl of Mornington, brother of the Duke of Wellington. Comprising three curved terraces grouped in a crescent form around communal gardens, the north side of the crescent (numbers 37-46) was constructed first, dating from the 1820s or earlier.