In Photos: London's Ever Changing Skyline

By Londonist Staff Last edited 14 months ago
In Photos: London's Ever Changing Skyline

It seems like every time you look up there's a new building battling for attention on London's skyline, and the plethora of cranes signal that this trend certainly isn't slowing. We've gathered some of our favourite pictures of the skyline through time — it's good to see some old favourites still standing their ground alongside the modern giants.

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Tower Bridge, c 1900, shortly after the bridge's completion
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London Bridge 1554-7
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Henry Dawson, 1877
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St Paul's during the Blitz
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Canary Wharf skyline from the Orbit
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Buck - Westminster, 1774
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Victoria Embankment
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1700
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Thames Embankment construction, 1865
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Hoefnagel - Fete at Bermondsey, 1569
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Merian - Before the Great Fire of London, 1650
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View from Telegraph Hill
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Monet - Thames at Westminster, 1871
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Monet - Houses of Parliament, Sunset, 1902
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Construction of Tower Bridge, 1892
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Vesscher, Central London, 1616
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Last Updated 21 June 2017