Here's What London Looked Like in 1967

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Here's What London Looked Like in 1967

It was a swinging time to be alive in London, 1967.

Jimi Hendrix and Twiggy were at the height of their powers; the new Queen Elizabeth Hall was opened on the South Bank; The Beatles opened their Apple Shop on Baker Street; and Carnaby Street was the place to be.

Jimi Hendrix and The Experience's bassist Noel Redding, backstage at the Saville Theatre in London. June 1967
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Piccadilly Circus, June 1967
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Painting the Beatles' Apple Boutique at 94 Baker Street, London 1967. Photo by Reuel Golden.
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Jimi Hendrix in Montagu Place, 1967
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Swinging London fashion, London, 1967
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London Bridge being taken apart to be sold in 1967.
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London, 1967
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Interior of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank, 1967
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Jimi Hendrix on Carnaby Street in 1967.
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1960s fashions on Regent Street, 1967
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London, 1967
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The Canada Estate in Canada Water, 1967
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Batman making a road safety film in Kennington, 1967
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Sonny and Cher in Soho Square, promoting The Beat Goes On. Photo by Jan Olofsson.
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Schreiber House swimming pool, Hampstead, 1967
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Carnaby Street during the Swinging 60s
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Cameo Royal Cinema, Great Windmill Street, 1967
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Twiggy photographed in Battersea Park for British Vogue, 1967
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Twiggy at the Bertram Mills Circus in London, 1967
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In 1967 a baby elephant called Gertie was ordered from Harrods by Ronald Reagan, the then governor of California and future President, who wanted one for a Republican party rally. The story goes that when Reagan rang Harrods to ask if they sold elephants, (the symbol of his political party), he received the answer 'Would that be African or Indian elephants, sir?'
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Portobello Road, 1967. Photo by Frank Habicht.
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Chalk Farm Road, looking south towards the Roundhouse, 1967
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Two young men in Carnaby Street in 1967
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Portobello Road flea market, 1967
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Last Updated 07 December 2018