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Giant Inverted Pylon Appears In Greenwich | Londonist by Alex Chinneck

A view of an area of Silvertown showing a sunny, but deserted street, with a large gap amongst the houses on the right hand side, the result of a bomb during the Blitz. Several dogs can just be seen in the road. In the bottom right hand corner of the photograph, a stationer's and tobacconist's shop can just be seen: it appears to belong to J W Forrest. In the bottom left hand corner is a branch of Barclay's Bank. Victoria docks can be seen in the background.

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31 Gorgeous Photos Of The London Underground In The '50s And '60s

After leaving the ‘Club Americana’, a Saturday night jazz club open from midnight until 7 a.m., American troops and their girlfriends wait at Piccadilly Circus Station for the first train home, London, 25th November 1955. Via Hulton Archive / Getty

A London policeman gives tea to a homeless man after a V1 attack that killed his wife, and destroyed his home. 1944

London in the 1920's-pavement artist, Victoria Embankment | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Women fire guards practising a hose drill on the Bank roof, [1939-45]

Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee - London decorations/ A view down Regent Street looking north and showing the decorations for Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887.

Sweet Rationing, WW2... In 1946, when food was just as short as during the preceding years, bread was added to the ration and the sweet ration was halved. Sweet rationing, which began in 1940, was to continue for another 13 years for residents of Britain.