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The princess of Prussia Pub. A fine example of Victorian architecture, built around 1880 in the Aldgate area & named after Victoria, the eldest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert who married Prince Frederick William of Prussia in 1858. ———————————————————— #princessofprussia #victorian #londoneastend #christmas2019 #london #englishtravel #englandtravel #britain #lundonlens #photosofbritain #weloveengland #welovebritain #bestofbritain #bestbritishphoto #topukphoto #bestukphotos…
Tracy Jarvis saved to Pubs to visit
“Big Ben holding centre stage looking onto the foggy Embankment. Straight out of Jekyll & Hyde.”
Wilson Chauffeurs saved to London By Night
17x13 inch (44x33cm) ready to hang wooden frame with digital mat and RA4 print. 3637449 The Axe Tavern, Three Nuns Court (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Axe Tavern, Three Nuns Court. Illustration for Wonderful London by St John Adcock (Fleetway, c 1930). Gravure-printed.); A© Look and Learn; English, out of copyright. 1920s, 1930 1939, 1930 s, 1930s, 20s, 30s, city of london, door, entrance, inn, pub, public house, tavern, the axe…
Katinka saved to Roaring 1920s
“Very rare photo of The Saffron Hill Rookery where Dickens placed Fagins Den in the masterpiece that is Oliver Twist.”
Barbara Lowe saved to Everything British
To mark the bicentenary of Charles Dickens, the Condé Nast Traveller team suggest a literary trail of the City
Homing My Style saved to UK Vacation
The photos were taken by Scottish photographer John Thomson and give a glimpse into the daily grind of life in the capital over 150 years ago. Eleven ...
Sasha Callaghan saved to London ephemera
done for Annie Leibovitz Disney ad "year of a Millon Dreams"
bomfog ... saved to Urban