In Pictures: London In 1902

Eleana Overett
By Eleana Overett Last edited 14 months ago
In Pictures: London In 1902

In 1902, King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra had a grand coronation at Westminster Abbey with 8,000 guests and 100,000 members of the public waiting outside for the procession. Elsewhere in London, cats' meat men were doing a roaring trade and, as usual, people were flocking to Trafalgar Square.

Indian officers on the riverfront terrace of the Palace of Westminster
Source Amateur Casual
Golden Square
Source Old London
A trumpet seller at the Coronation of Edward VII
Source Museumoflondonprints
Dickins and Jones shop front
Source Housefraserarchive
High Holborn
Source Museumoflondonprints
The Jewish Soup Kitchen in Brune Street
Source The Ripper
Artists Rifles Officers
Source Patrick Baty
Paddington Railway Station
Source Old London
Putney
Source Old London
Duncannon Street 1902 and 2014
Source Buzzfeed
British Museum security team
Source Britishmuseum
Kodak's British head office, Clerkenwell Road, 1902
Source Flashbak.com
Borough High Street
Source Belowtheriver
Cats' Meat Man, East End (cat's meat men sold meat for cats, not cat meat)
Source Amateur Casual
Railway ride, Crystal Palace
Source Old London
Milk churns waiting to be loaded at Vauxhall Station
Source Dr David Turner
View of the Thames and London Bridge from the top of The Monument
Source The Ripper
Frying Pan Alley, Spitalfields, in 1902
Source Londonhistorian
Shelter for the homeless, Stepney, 1902
Source Discovering London
Battersea Hospital
Source Old London
Greenwich Park, 1902
Source Yesteryear
Wormwood Scrubs prison
Source Old London
The Empire Theatre, Leicester Square
Source Old London
Brompton Road
Source Old London
The Peter Pan statue, Kensington Gardens
Source Old London
Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square
Source Old London
Coronation of King Edward VII, featuring over 40 regiments of the Indian Army, 1902
Source National Army Museum
Cabling the Central Telephone Exchange
Source David Hay

Last Updated 05 June 2017