London in 1974 was anything but boring. David Bowie was making his mark on the world, a dashing Al Pacino was a star on the rise, while Jill Viner made history as the first woman bus driver in the capital
It wasn't all fun and games though, as shown by the Parliament bombing in
June and the Worsley Hotel fire that took seven lives in December that year. Here is London in 1974.
Tube map, 1974 Source Qz Hoxton, 1974 Source This Brutal House London, 1974 Source Flickriver Abba at Waterloo station Source Rob Baker London, 1974 Source Flashbak.com Windy on Waterloo Bridge Source Flashbak.com London, 1974 Source Flashbak.com Stevie Wonder, London, 1974 Source Classic Pics Portobello Road, 1974 Source Pinterest Piccadilly Circus Source Flickriver Chris Evert winning Wimbledon, 1974 Source Townandcountrymag Crews attending the bombing of Houses of Parliament that injured 11 people Source London Fire Brigade Queen photo session. Oh the hair Source Queenphotos Standing to attention outside the War Office Source Panoramio Covent Garden, 1974 Source Rob Baker Renee Russo and Cheryl Tiegs pose for Vogue Source Ctilburymakeup Sme lovely flare action here Source Wikimedia Jill Viner, first female bus driver in London, 1974 Source Transport for London Moorhouse Road, Notting Hill, 1974 Source London Life London, 1974 Source Wikimedia Hunting for a bargain on Notting Hill Source Wikimedia Covent Garden, 1974 Source Old London 4 Aces Club, Hackney, 1974 Source Rob Baker A very quiet Covent Garden Source Rob Baker London, 1974 Source Rob Baker Millwall fans queue outside The Den for the first game played on a Sunday, 1974 Source Old London Chelsea, 1974 Source Old London Al Pacino, London, 1974 Source Historyphotographed Cutler and Gross, Knightsbridge, 1974 Source Instagram Laycock Primary School Source Playgroundology Bowie at Olympic Studio 2 Source 25.media Michael Palin and Graham Chapman on Westminster Bridge Source Old London Worsley Hotel blaze in Maida Vale, 1974. Sadly, seven people died in the fire Source London Fire Brigade Weeks after the attack on the Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London was bombed, 1974 Source Londonhistorian Covent Garden, 1974 Source London Life Booking hall at Hammersmith Underground Station, 1974 Source Old London Regent Street, 1974 Source Rob Baker
Last Updated 15 February 2017