Victorian London: The Oxford Arms Inn which stood in a short lane leading out of the west side of Warwick Lane, where this photograph was taken from. The Inn was demolished in
Drury Lane, London, 1876 You know, where the Muffin Man lives!
c 1890 Arguments Yard Whitby North Yorkshire by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe. There are more yards to be seen in the book "Whitby yards through time" by Alan Whitworth.
Drury Hill, Nottingham, 1906 by Nottingham Historical Film Unit
Here I am gathering further inspiration from nature retaking an industrial complex.
The junction of Steep Street and Trenchard Street, Bristol, 1866 John Hill Morgan,
Steep Street - Host Street to Griffin Lane -road line altered and became Colston…
Alley in Old London. (I wonder if Jack the Ripper walked this way.
back streets of Arcadia - Victorian alley with open sewer and one privy
east end of London, late
century photographs of London pubs: The Mitre Tavern of Hatton Garden.
A & J Bool, Old Houses in Wych Street formerly a continuation of Drury Lane, London, UK
Cloth Fair, next to Smithfield Market. You can see more pictures from the Society for Photographing Relics of Old London in The Ghosts of Old London and In Search of Relics of Old London.
Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures
The Saffron Hill Rookery where Dickens placed Fagin's Den Oliver Twist / London
Lambeth High Street in London,
Great Saint Helen’s, Bishopgate, City of London 1886 photographed by Henry Dixon.