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In Photos: London In 1986

In Photos: London In 1986

From Whitechapel to Victoria, take a look at what London was like in 1986, including an empty London Wall and a tower block demolition.

London Wall, looking east, 1986
Source Rstelex
Fowlers Stores in Old Ford Road, 1986
Source Alondoninheritance
The Asylum Club, 1986
Source Pu Nk And Stuff
Street art, East London, 1986
Source Alondoninheritance
Victoria Bus Station
Source Aceanorak
Street art, East London, 1986
Source Alondoninheritance
Trowbridge Estate demolition, 1986
Source Chrisdb1
Street sign advertising the butchers, 1986
Source Alondoninheritance
Holly Street Estate, 1986
Source Chrisdb1
QPR fans marching to Wembley Stadium, 1986
Source Old London
Freddie Mercury at Wembley Stadium, 1986
Source Blendergallery
Curzon Mayfair
Source Bfi
Tower of London, 1986
Source Historicroyalpalaces
Elephant and Castle, 1986
Source 11189692@N07
Christmas trees destined for the Hayward Gallery
Source Gnm Archive
Curzon Phoenix, Phoenix Street
Source Bfi
Railway arches alongside Three Colts Lane, Bethnal Green, 1986
Source Alondoninheritance
Demolition of the interior of the London Pavilion
Source Arthurlloyd
A 7-day travel card from 1986
Source Handpicked London
Street sign advertising a cafe
Source Alondoninheritance
An upholstery business on the corner of Alfearn Road and Millfields Road
Source Alondoninheritance
The East Terrace at Charlton Athletic's The Valley stadium
Source Old Football Grounds

Last Updated 09 May 2017