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A London bus makes its way along Fleet Street in heavy smog, December 1952 - (via luzfosca)    Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

A London bus makes its way along Fleet Street in heavy smog, December 1952 - (via luzfosca) Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Cutting of the highest hedge of England, in Cirencester. The hedge is 11 meters high and was planted in 1720.  Panorama 28-07-1962

Cutting of the highest hedge of England, in Cirencester. The hedge is 11 meters high and was planted in 1720. Panorama 28-07-1962

14th, September, 1940: People with their furniture and belongings in a street in the London area; their damaged homes are in the background (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

14th, September, 1940: People with their furniture and belongings in a street in the London area; their damaged homes are in the background (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

1877 Covent Garden Labourers The photographer John Thomson (1837-1921) used the 'Woodburytype' process patented in 1864 for the images in Street Life in London, including this photograph. This was a type of photomechanical reproduction using pigmented gelatin, usually of a rich purple-brown colour. The process was complicated but remained popular until about 1900 because of the high quality and permanence of the finished images.

Covent Garden Labourers

1877 Covent Garden Labourers The photographer John Thomson (1837-1921) used the 'Woodburytype' process patented in 1864 for the images in Street Life in London, including this photograph. This was a type of photomechanical reproduction using pigmented gelatin, usually of a rich purple-brown colour. The process was complicated but remained popular until about 1900 because of the high quality and permanence of the finished images.

London: The streets of a ruined London after The Blitz, 1940. >> See the Deals!

London: The streets of a ruined London after The Blitz, 1940. >> See the Deals!

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