London 1880, Society for Photographing Relics of Old London
Once at the heart of one of London's most infamous rookeries or slums, Saffron Hill - located between Holborn and Clerkenwell - is forever associated with Charles Dickens' 1838 novel, Oliver Twist, and in particular with the arch criminal Fagin.
1860 - L'Ile de la Cité avant Haussmann, by Charles Marville.
Long forgotten London - the four Swans Inn, Bishopgate, shortly before…
London - Temple Bar was the last surviving City gateway, having replaced a wooden gate that had separated the City of London from Westminster. The gate had burned down in the Great Fire of London (1666) and this Portland stone portal went up in 1669-72.