Fleet Street, 1894. Horses had not yet been replaced by cars.

London, England: Fleet Street, Horses had not yet been replaced by cars. Even then they drove forward on the left side of the street.

This beautiful building in Fleet Street, known as "Prince Henry's Room", managed to escape the ravages of the fire. Once a tavern where Samuel Pepys liked to cavort, its intricately decorated plaster Jacobean ceiling is one of its most impressive features.

10 buildings that survived the Great Fire of London

'Prince Henry's Room', Fleet Street had once been a tavern where Samuel Pepys liked to cavort . Samuel Pepys wrote about the Great Fire of London in his diary on 2 September,

Men at work on the deepening of the sewer in Fleet Street, London. Original Publication: Illustrated London News - pub. 1845 (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Men at work on the deepening of the sewer in Fleet Street, London. Original Publication: Illustrated London News - pub. 1845 (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Old woman who inhabited the alleys off Fleet St. Characterful portraits of Londoners, believed to be by photographer Donald McLeish (1879-1950), selected from the three volumes of Wonderful London edited by St John Adcock and produced by The Fleetway House in the nineteen-twenties.

Dignified and characterful portraits of Londoners, believed to be by photographer Donald McLeish selected from the three volumes of Wonderful London edited by St John Adcock and produced by The Fleetway House in the nineteen-twenties.

Temple Bar & Fleet Street, 1870. London. Moved to a wood near Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - overgrown with weeds and unloved until it was moved to Paternoster Sq next to St Paul's Cathedral in 2004.

VINTAGE LONDON: Temple Bar, Fleet Street, It was moved to a wood near Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - overgrown with weeds and unloved - until it was moved to Paternoster Square, next to St Paul's Cathedral in

Fleet Street St Brides, Howard Brown woodcut by Andrew Davidson, III.

Fleet Street St Brides, Howard Brown woodcut by Andrew Davidson, III. Nice poster for the perfect office.

Fleet St., Victorian London, workplace of the tenacious reporter Henry Hales, whose investigation sparked the biggest scandal of the 1880s.

Old houses, Fleet Street, This photograph was commissioned by the Society for Photographing Relics of Old London to form part of a per.

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A conversation at the entrance to Inner Temple, Fleet St (c) Bishopsgate Institute

Victorian London was the world's biggest city. This is Fleet Street in 1894. Horses had not yet been replaced by cars. BBC - Primary History - Victorian Britain - An introduction -

ʂŧɘąɱ ~ Steampunk & Victoriana ~ Victorian London was the world's biggest city. This is Fleet Street in Horses had not yet been replaced by cars. BBC - Primary History - Victorian Britain - An introduction -

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