With John and Yoko launching their first joint exhibition, Norwell Roberts becoming London's first black police officer and the unusual fashion statements of the decade, 1968 London was an interesting place to be.
David Bowie, 1968. At Tony Visconti's flat, Lexham Gardens Source Modrules Mick Jagger and Brian Jones at a party on the King's Road, January 1968 Source Flashbak.com Carnaby Street, 1968 Source History in Pictures Brigitte Bardot in a London pub, 1968 Source Historyphotographed Chelsea Drugstore, King's Road, 1968 Source Berenike Historic pub crawl in the City of London, 1968 Source Boakandbailey Piccadilly Circus, 1968 Source Jetzgetzab The Jimi Hendrix Experience, London, 1968 Source Retro Co The Westway under construction, 1968 Source Old London Piccadilly Circus, 1968 Source Ultraswank Carnaby Street Source Paulgormanis Covent Garden, 1968 Source Old London Belly dancer on the tube, 1968 Source Retronaut Apple staff move into 3 Savile Row, London, 1968 Source The Beatles Stamford Bridge - a dog track until 1968, hence the tote board Source Sport & Betting History Carnaby Street Source Buzzfeed Customers using the new telephones in the ticket hall at Oxford Circus, rebuilt in preparation for the new Victoria line, 30 September 1968 Source Londonhistorian 1968 Source Old London King's Road, 1968 Source Old London Gypsy families demonstrate outside Westminster, 1968 Source Old London Clint Eastwood touring London on his motorbike Source Old London 1968 Source London Life With several underground rivers, Lewisham would flood from time to time Source Yesteryear John & Yoko's first joint exhibition, You Are Here, opened at the Robert Fraser Gallery in London, 1968. Source John Lennon Acton Town, 1968 Source Old London London Paddington station, 1968 Source Alluring Architecture George Best, London 1968 Source Old Footy Pics London Transport Magazine, November 1968 Source Flashbak.com
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