The outpourings of Lee Jackson, Victorian enthusiast, failed librarian, novelist, &c.
Sixpenny edition of The Invisible Man, 1900
When the glamour of Hollywood comes to Stoke Newington.
Anyone know who this was aimed at? Commemorates model housing opened Soho ,1853 ... someone inquires of me ...
A prediction from 1894 ... that we'd be sitting in teacups, watching stuff on screens ... not bad guess, really.
A reader asks where this statue of Queen Victoria can be found. Might not be London. Anyone happen to know?
Another cry for help - anyone know what this walk/lane by Billingsgate is called, and whether gate ever shuts?
London Bridge, close and personal.
Anyone know Paternoster Square? What's the name of this paved street? Streetview says 'Cathedral Place' ...?
Has Google always stuck a copyright watermark on Streetview images? Can't remember seeing it before.
Keeping up with the Joneses. Or not.
Ghost sign - John Campbell Motors Service Station
Love the window. [Prospect of Whitby]
So, it appears we're still taking meticulous care of those views of Tower of London ...
The Monument has a weather monitoring thingy on top. Who knew?
Perhaps not. This also from 1830.
Dickens living at this address when this appeared in the Times, 1829, Nov. 18 ... any chance it was his sister?
Recently wondered whence Mr. Dombey got to Leamington. Euston? How to find out? Not like it's written in stone ...
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