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The Royal Exchange in London was founded in the 16th century by the merchant Thomas Gresham to act as a centre of commerce for the City of London. The site was provided by the City of London Corporation and the Worshipful Company of Mercers, who still jointly own the freehold. It has twice been destroyed by fire and subsequently rebuilt. The present building was designed by William Tite in the 1840s. The site was notably occupied by the Lloyd's insurance market for nearly 150 years. Today…

London's Royal Exchange, established in the century and rebuilt several times.

London Hospital, Chaplains House, Whitechapel 25 Feb 1887 via English Heritage

London Hospital, Chaplains House, Whitechapel 25 Feb 1887 via English Heritage

Apothecaries Hall

Apothecaries Hall

Cheapside, London -  St Paul's 1900's

Cheapside, London - St Paul's 1900's

Mansion House / Bank of England London

Mansion House / Bank of England London

London The Monument (undated)

London The Monument (undated)

48 Threadneedle street London victorian

Epps And Company, 48 Threadneedle Street, 20 Aug Homeopathic chemists shop

Roundhouse for the London and Birmingham Railway in Chalk Farm, London: the engine shed | RIBA

Roundhouse for the London and Birmingham Railway in Chalk Farm, London: the engine shed

The Middlesex Hospital,Front view | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Middlesex Hospital,Front view | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Outside of the building, 1908.

Rarely Seen Vintage Photographs of a Lost London From Between the and

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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

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Billingsfate

Billingsfate

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.

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.

Kingsway

Kingsway

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