1982 was a time of punks and goths and not very good haircuts. It was the year of Prince William's birth and the Falklands War. The London Marathon was only in its second year. Take a look through the gallery below to relive those times.
Piccadilly Circus lacked the digital displays we know today Source Kisstheskyagain Princess Diana outside St. Paul's Cathedral after the Falkland Islands Memorial Service, 26 July 1982 Source Lovelydianaprincessofwales Rosette seller outside White Hart Lane, Spurs v. Bayern Source Old London A runner reaches mile 18 of the London Marathon Source Jenny Geras Stoney Street, Southwark Source Disappearing London A London pub Source Herb Lester QPR supporters Source Old London Tubby Isaacs' jellied eels stall in Whitechapel Source Old London Looking eastward from Tower Bridge walkway Source Geograph Princess Diana at the premiere of ET at the Empire Theatre, Leicester Square Source 47368377@n07 Nick Cave and The Birthday Party Source Distracted Film The second ever London Marathon, Blackwall entrance West India Docks Source Geograph The punks of King's Road, Chelsea Source Pu Nk and Stuff Bermondsey as it was Source Pinterest Bauhaus film their Ziggy Stardust video at The Roundhouse Source Playlist Ist Inspecting the punks Source Pu Nk and Stuff Selfridges, with a laser beam for Christmas lights Source Herb Lester Bowie checks out a fan's music collection in Park Royal Source Bowiesongs Hat fun in Carnaby Street Source Flickriver Future site of London City Airport Source London City Airport The Batcave Club in Meard Street, Soho -- a noted Goth hangout Source Therawskin Ivydale Road, Nunhead Source Ideal Homes Clock End, Highbury Source Old London 'Spanish Lisa' on the tube - main star of The Stranglers' Strange Little Girl video Source Pu Nk and Stuff Helen Mirren and Liam Neeson dancing at a party at the Hilton Hotel Source This Is Not Porn Punks Source Pu Nk and Stuff Sir Jules Sound Table at Gossips, Dean Street Source Rob Baker Paddington Station Source Herb Lester Wheels Roller Disco, Hammersmith Broadway Source Old London Richard Burton reading Under Milk Wood, Haymarket Theatre Source Richard Burton Museum Paul McCartney recording Pipes of Peace at AIR Studios, Oxford Street Source Paulmccartney Brian Eno and John Cage Source Brian Eno Punks on King's Road, 1982 Source Pu Nk and Stuff Punks in Hammersmith Source Londonist Blackheath Station Source Geograph The Flask, Highgate Source Herb Lester
Last Updated 11 April 2017