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St Paul's Cathedral - London Oh my! I ran up those stairs ! I needed oxygen ! # St Paul's Cathedral - London Oh my! I ran up those stairs ! I needed oxygen ! Beautiful Architecture, Architecture Design, Garde Corps Design, Bel Art, Take The Stairs, Stair Steps, Stairway To Heaven, Stairway Art, Abandoned Places

St Paul's Cathedral - London Oh my! I walked these stairs!! I needed oxygen!!

The Black Friar ~ Queen Victoria Street, London, England London City, London Pubs, London Places, Old London, England And Scotland, England Uk, London England, The Places Youll Go, Places To See
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The Black Friar, London, England. A traditional pub with Henry Poole's Art Nouveau reliefs reflecting the Friary that once stood there.good pub, but no food at the weekend! London Pubs, London Places, Old London, London City, British Pub, British Isles, British History, The Places Youll Go, Places To See

The Black Friar - London

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vmburkhardt: The Black Friar pub, London - Art Nouveau interior - Wisdom is Rare (by London City, London Pubs, British Pub, British Isles, Art Nouveau Interior, Pub Signs, Restaurant, London Calling, London England

The Black Friar pub, London EC4 - Art Nouveau interior - Wisdom is Rare

The Black Friar at 174 Queen Victoria Street, EC4 is a narrow 'flat-iron' wedge shaped pub, built in 1875 near the site of a thirteenth century Dominican Priory. A masterpiece of Art-Nouveau styling and the only pub of it's type in London, it was saved from the 1960s bulldozers only by an outcry led by Sir John Betjeman, who later became the Poet Laureate. The outside was decorated by Royal Academy sculpror Henry Poole (1873-1928) in 1903 and the pub's name is proudly displayed in mosaic…

The Black Friar Pub, London--Art Nouveau Interior (for anyone able to go, it's at 174 Queen Victoria Street) lights and stained window London Pubs, London Art, Art Nouveau Interior, Old Pub, British Pub, Interior Windows, Pub Interior, Interior Ideas, London Calling
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The Black Friar pub, London EC4 - Art Nouveau interior - Window

The Black Friar at 174 Queen Victoria Street, EC4 is a narrow 'flat-iron' wedge shaped pub, built in 1875 near the site of a thirteenth century Dominican Priory. A masterpiece of Art-Nouveau styling and the only pub of it's type in London, it was saved from the 1960s bulldozers only by an outcry led by Sir John Betjeman, who later became the Poet Laureate. The outside was decorated by Royal Academy sculpror Henry Poole (1873-1928) in 1903 and the pub's name is proudly displayed in mosaic…

Nurses climb through the rubble at Farringdon Market, London after a rocket had fallen on it during the last months of WW II. March 1945 (Photo by Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) History Of Nursing, Medical History, World History, World War Ii, Uk History, Modern History, Florence Nightingale, Vintage Nurse, The Blitz
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Nurses climb through the rubble at Farringdon Market, London after a...

Nurses climb through the rubble at Farringdon Market, London after a rocket had fallen on it during the last months of WW II. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1967 - One Story We Couldn't Tell -...

View of a reconstruction of a Roman living room. This reconstruction shows a living room of a wealthy London house in AD. Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman Britain, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Empire Romain, Roman Architecture, London Museums, Roman History
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View of a reconstruction of a Roman living room

View of a reconstruction of a Roman living room by . Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London

Street of Queen Victoria in London, England. From the Frances Frith collection. - Informations About Street of Queen Victoria in London, England. Victorian Life, Victorian London, Victorian Photos, Vintage London, Old London, London City, London Street, Victorian Photography, Old Photography
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London, People in Queen Victoria Street 1897

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Ludgate Hill, City of London; showing the long departed railway bridge. This was replaced by the Snow HIll tunnel taking the Thameslink line from Farringdon to Blackfriars under rather than over Ludgate Hill, revealing the view of St. Pauls in background.

Detail of a reconstructed Roman living room showing the wall paintings which are… Ancient Roman Houses, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Fresco, Roman Britain, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Empire Romain, Roman Architecture, Roman History
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Detail of a reconstructed Roman living room

Detail of a reconstructed Roman living room by . Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London

The Great Fire of London destroyed over 400 acres of London, including houses and 87 out of 109 churches. Tucked away in a small street in Farringdon, however, is a lonely survivor - 41 and 42 Cloth Fair. Built between 1597 and this house is Great Fire Of London, The Great Fire, London Architecture, Historical Architecture, English Architecture, Tudor, Great Places, Places To Go, Minions
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10 buildings that survived the Great Fire of London

On this day in 1666, the Great Fire of London began, destroying over 13,000 homes. Leah Hyslop picks her favourite buildings that survived the blaze.

The collapsing front of Nos. 23 & 25 Queen Victoria Street, caused by the German bombing raid on the City of London on the night of May 1941 - the most severe attack London had sustained throughout the Blitz. Old London, London City, Vintage London, Augmented Reality Iphone, Interaktives Design, Graphic Design, London Museums, London Landmarks, London History
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Bomb damage at number 21 Queen Victoria street, 1941.

The collapsing front of Nos. 23 & 25 Queen Victoria Street, caused by the German bombing raid on the City of London on the night of 10th May 1941 - the most severe attack London had sustained throughout the Blitz.

The century Roman Temple of Mithras which was moved to a site in Queen Victoria Street in This Temple was mentioned in Rutherfurd's London. Ancient Ruins, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Old London, London City, Birmingham City Centre, Ancient Discoveries, British Architecture
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Remnants of Roman Britain: in pictures

We take a look at the ruined reminders of the Romans' time in Britain.

Poster Print-Blitz in London -- St Bride Street, Farringdon Street, poster sized print mm) made in the UK London Bombings, St Brides, The Blitz, Air Raid, London Places, Photographic Prints, Wonderful Images, Historical Photos, Photo Mugs
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AIR RAID DAMAGE

HU 644. Getting to the office on the morning after the raid of 10 May 1941: Farringdon Street and Gt Bride Street from Ludgate Circus.

Alleyway behind Jerusalem Tavern, Farringdon, London Sept 2014

Alleyway behind Jerusalem Tavern, Farringdon, London EC1 12th Sept 2014

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From the Victorian era through to World War Two - featuring tube strikes, carriage redesigns, passenger complaints, ticket machines and air raid shelters. Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, London City, Victorian Era, London Pictures, London Photos, Mega Series, London Underground Stations

38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

From the Victorian era through to World War Two - featuring tube strikes, carriage redesigns, passenger complaints, ticket machines and air raid shelters.