The Elephant and Castle underground station during the "Blitz" (September 7, 1940 - May 10, 1941), which was the sustained bombing of London and many other towns and cities in Britain by Nazi Germany during World War II. - Photograph by Bill Brandt

The Elephant and Castle station of London Tube during the air raid. Londoners would use the tube as an air raid shelter if they didn't have one in their garden or one near where they lived - 1940

Elephant And Castle tube station, 1907. It had opened the year before by the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway.

Elephant And Castle Bakerloo Line Station, Skipton Street, Elephant And Castle, Bermondsey Rotherhithe And Southwark, Greater London August 1907 -Photographer AAB

An early photograph of the second Elephant and Castle Theatre - From Dianna Howard's 'London Theatres and Music Halls 1850-1950.'

An early photograph of the second Elephant and Castle Theatre - From Dianna Howard's 'London Theatres and Music Halls

ELEPHANT: Elefest makes Elephant & Castle the coolest place to be this weekend with big film events, art shows, skateboarding, beatboxing, T...

ELEPHANT: Elefest makes Elephant & Castle the coolest place to be this weekend with big film events, art shows, skateboarding, beatboxing, T.

London, Elephant And Castle 1885. This crowded region south of the river was once the heart of #London cockney life. The Elephant and Castle, a great meeting place of thoroughfares, was termed a ‘ganglion of roads’ by Dickens in ‘Bleak House’.

London, Elephant And Castle This crowded region south of the river was once the heart of cockney life. The Elephant and Castle, a great meeting place of thoroughfares, was termed a ‘ganglion of roads’ by Dickens in ‘Bleak House’.

Temple Bar, Dublin. A little further down on the left is an amazing restaurant called Elephant and Castle. If you ever get a chance to visit get their wings!

I will take this advice for when(hopefully) I go to Ireland --> Temple Bar, Dublin. A little further down on the left is an amazing restaurant called Elephant and Castle. If you ever get a chance to visit get their wings!

The Elephant and Castle Tavern, Southwark, London

The Elephant and Castle Tavern, Southwark, London originally a blacksmith. The building was converted into a tavern in area was devastated during

A group of Teddy boys hang around on the Old Kent Road at Elephant and Castle, South London, 13th July 1955.

The subculture started in London in the and spread across the UK, associated with rock and roll. Originally known as Cosh Boys, the name Teddy Boy was coined when a 1953 Daily Express newspaper headline shortened Edwardian to Teddy.

The Noble Game of the Elephant and Castle or Travelling in Asia 1822 (Christies) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

"The Noble Game of the Elephant and Castle or Travelling in Asia Combining Amusement and Instruction for Youth of Both Sexes. elephant under a palm tree, published by William Darton, 58 Holborn Hill

For his book, On The Night Bus, street photographer Nick Turpin took a series of shots of Londoners travelling through the night. Turpin spent two winters at Elephant and Castle, capturing passengers make their way through the night.

REFRACTION For his book, On The Night Bus, street photographer Nick Turpin took a series of shots of Londoners travelling through the night. Turpin spent two winters at Elephant and Castle, capturing passengers make their way through the night.

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