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Crowded Bus Ride in London, 1865.

Number 25 bendy bus, packed as usual. What an awesome selection of vintage London shots. What a beautiful city! Crowded Bus Ride in 1865 - Vintage London: Taking in the Smoke - Photo Gallery - LIFE

A view of Union Place in Spitalfields, London, 1901.  (The Guardian - Credit: Horace Warner/The Religious Society of Friends in Britain)

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

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 Horses had not yet been replaced by cars.

London, England: Fleet Street, Horses had not yet been replaced by cars.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.

Pictured in 1866 is the junction of Steep Steet and Trenchard Street in Bristol

Incredible photos reveal what life was like in the 19th century

More than black and white British photos are published for the first time together. They show people dealing with flooding, factory word and the war effort.

Secret steps and lost lanes of Whitby brought to life (From Gazette & Herald) - Arguments Yard in Whitby in the 19th Century

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.

Spitalfields Life is simply one of the best blogs on London life and history ever.

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.

Charlie Rouse was the last of the 'Watchmen' in London before the formation of the 'Peelers' who where the world's first police force.

Charlie Rouse was the last of the 'Watchmen' in London before the formation of the 'Peelers' who where the world's first police force. At one point there were night watchmen employed by the City of London.

Westminster Bridge, c. 1910. The third bridge, built over the Thames after London and Putney Bridges, in 1739-1750. The current bridge by Thomas Page of 1862 is painted green to match the leather seats in the House of Commons.

Westminster Bridge, c. The third bridge, built over the Thames after London and Putney Bridges, in The current bridge by Thomas Page of 1862 is painted green to match the leather seats in the House of Commons. The Bridges of Old London

10 Hyde Park Place, smallest house in London c 1905

In the middle was the smallest house in London, 10 Hyde Park Place. It was hit by a bomb in during World War

These Vintage Photos Of London During The Victorian Era Are Both Creepy And… - Book Local Traders --> https://SnipTask.com

A & J Bool, Old Houses in Wych Street formerly a continuation of Drury Lane, London, UK

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