The Victorians didn't have camera phones, making these snaps below all the more special. Some areas still look familiar to Londoners today, while other aspects are so alien, they look like a film set. See the first ever West Ham football team, horse-drawn buses, and a Victorian cabman's shelter.
St. Paul's and St. Martin's within Ludgate Source Londonhistorian Regent Street Source Old London The Royal Standard, Greenwich Source Yesteryear The Old Curiosity Shop, Portsmouth Street Source Sir William Davenant Views of Regent Street Source Amateur Casual Wellington Arms, Shepherd's Bush Source Old London Archery in Regent's Park Source Old London Woodman Tavern, Battersea Source Old London Tottenham Court Road Source Londonhistorian London, 1900 Source On This Day & Facts Sunday morning, Petticoat Lane, 1900 Source London Life Piccadilly, 1900 Source Old Pics Archive A Victorian cabmens' shelter, c.1900 Source Michelle Higgs A rare colour photograph of a London street, 1900 Source History Pics West Ham Football team in their first season Source Old London Tower Bridge, c 1900, shortly after the bridge's completion Source Londoninsight Waterloo Station, 1900 Source David Turner Newsagent advertising the Sunday editions of Lloyds newspaper Source Old London Victorian horse-drawn omnibuses at London Bridge, 1900 Source Michelle Higgs One of the first London motor buses, c 1900 Source Sir William Davenant London buses, 1900 Source Histi Pics A London street, c.1900 Source Amateur Casual London, 1900 Source Historical Pics London Bridge, when traffic jams were caused by horse-drawn carts Source City Of London Zebra-drawn carriage parked outside The Royal Albert Hall, London, 1900. Source Historyphotographed The Royal Alhambra Theatre, Leicester Square (now the Odeon) Source Sir William Davenant A sightseeing coach tour, 1900 Source Discovering London 261 - 265 Brick Lane in 1900 Source The Ripper
The Strand Source Old Pics Archive
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