In Photos: London In 1920

By Londonist Staff Last edited 6 months ago
In Photos: London In 1920

Feast your eyes on Electric Avenue's glorious Victorian arcades, the future site of the Millennium Bridge and the unveiling of The Cenotaph in this selection of images from London in 1920.

Trinity Almshouses, Mile End Road
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Buses line up to take racegoers to the Epsom Derby near Morden Underground station
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Whitechapel Hay Market
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Ivory floor, London Dock
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Lynedoch Street, Shoreditch 1920
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Tram emerging from the Kingsway Tunnel
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Ludgate Hill
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King George V prepares to unveil the Cenotaph, Whitehall, 11 November
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Stamford Bridge. Quite different attire to the football fans of today.
Source Old London
London Underground poster for the International Advertising Exhibition at White City
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Shoreditch station c.1920
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Parliament Street
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Fournier Street
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FA Cup Final, Huddersfield Town v Aston Villa, Stamford Bridge
Source Old London
A worker inside Big Ben
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Whitechapel
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London Docks, 1920
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Thames and St. Paul's from Bankside - now the site of the Millennium Bridge
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Throgmorton Street
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Regent Street
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Stamford Bridge ground
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Electric Avenue, Brixton
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Foyle's Novel Bookstore
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Cup Final day, Stamford Bridge
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Ladbroke Grove
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Rush for trams on the Embankment during the railway strike
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Covent Garden Market
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Hammersmith Broadway
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Last Updated 28 February 2018