The outpourings of Lee Jackson, Victorian enthusiast, failed librarian, novelist, &c.
London street scene, through the looking-glass ...
Tony Blair keeps trying, but he still can't touch me. Is that all you got, Blair? IS IT?
@MsTiggerN1 near Paternoster Square on traffic island (ventilation shaft?) building.
This guy was giving it everything he had ...
I wonder if Tony Blair's bank account can console him for coming 2nd in the Amazon History Chart. Probably it can.
We've seen these before, but I can't get enough ... Foots' Bath Cabinet ..
Too Stout? > lovely font on this 1903 advert ...
Hampstead's historical graffiti problem. There's more of it every year.
"We met with a Fellow stark Naked from the Waste upward, Arm'd with a lusty Cudgel ..." (1709)
American Apparel, Victorian Apparel ...
This London street always looks like a sea of green, in summer, seen from above ... but where is it?
Chinchilla, Grebe or Otter? Choose your fur in 1875.
Coming soon ...
And a cross-section of the viaduct - particularly like the pneumatic despatch tube channel engineered into middle.
One for tunnel nerds - the service-shafts inside Holborn Viaduct.
One for librarians everywhere - check out that vintage book trolley and floor vents ...
Meux's Brewery - now Criterion Theatre, corner of Tottenham Court Road.
Oxford Market (now just a street name) was a market just north of Oxford Street, until demolished in 1876.
Marylebone Pleasure Gardens, 1780.
Quiz Question: Who is this lady? Clue: Her business enterprise is still going strong.
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