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George Inn Yard 2009

The George Inn, Southwark, London, Victorian period - Stock Image

50, "King's Head Inn Yard, Southwark" (1881), carbon print mounted on card, from 'Relics of Old London' (Society for Photographing Relics of Old London, ...

The Tabard Inn, Borough High Street, London. First established in 1307 and destroyed by fire in the 17th Century.

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

The George Inn, Southwark, is an historic London pub dating from medieval times -

King's Head Inn yard, Southwark: 1881

Vintage Photograph of The Old George Inn, Borough High Street, Southwark, London -

Bringing pub history to life at The George – “Shakespeare's Local” on Borough High Street – Past In The Present

2016-10-09-12-28-06. The George Inn on Borough ...

The George Inn, Southwark - Stock Image

A distraught wife declares: 'I intended to do for him, for his brutality and for leaving me'. – the police magistrate

The famous George Inn pub off Borough High Street in Southwark London UK It's a 17th

Ghosts of London - find the people hiding in the photograph. #socialmedia #training cam 1870++

ye olde george


Queen's Head Inn yard, Southwark, This photograph was commissioned by the Society for Photographing Relics of Old London to form part .

The George Inn, Borough High Street, Southwark, The London Borough of Southwark,

George Inn - Southwark - London - Charles Dickens



George Inn Southwark London England UK Europe - Stock Image

A woman lingers in front of the butcher in Borough High St, Southwark.

White Hart Inn yard, Southwark: 1881


Staple Inn, Holborn

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Exploring Southwark and discovering its history

Day 60 – Tower Bridge Road – Tanner Street – Tooley Street

England, London, Southwark, Facade of The George Inn, side view. -

Source Old London ...

White Hart Inn yard, Southwark: 1881

From Southwark Collections

This is the third in a series of posts comparing photos of London taken by Henry Dixon in the 1870s and 80s with the same view today.

East End of London

After crossing the churchyard we head briefly south again to the waggishly named Long Walk which dog-legs between Tower Bridge Road and Abbey Street and ...

London, The George Inn, Southwark c.1875


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The pub is surrounded by the new buildings of Bow School, however originally to the side of the pub and at the back were large terraces of flats which ...

All Hallows History Board

The current, undeniably prosaic, London Bridge is a box girder affair that was completed in 1973, replacing a 19th century stone arch bridge that (as we all ...

These are what London's pubs looked like about 100 years ago. George & Vulture, City of London The Grapes, Limehouse The Gree.

The ...

Houses of Parliament & Westminster Hall, London / G.W.W.

Southwark magazine #17

Hampstead Hill Pergola

Queen Victoria was born on 24th May, 1819, at Kensington Palace and to celebrate the bicentenary, the palace, as well as holding two new exhibitions inside ...

The Royal Panopticon, later known as the Alhambra Theatre in Thomas Hayter Lewis's, '

Regent Street (1942): laid out 1811-1825 by John Nash (architect) was finally completed in 1927.

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Day 61 – London Bridge – Hanseatic Walk – Tower ...

Twinings tea shop on the Strand. Andrew Marshall

... is Jerwood Space an arts centre that includes rehearsal studios and a gallery for emerging artists. The building is an amalgam of Victorian ...

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Walworth Road looking south towards Burgess Park

London Landmarks afternoon tea at The Kensington hotel

London, Church Street, Lambeth c.1866

'Golden Axe', Bevis Marks/St Mary Axe, 1880 and 2009

London, the Talbot Inn (on site of the Tabard Inn), Southwark c.1870

The London Of Charles Dickens: Mapped

Exploring social action: A walk in Bermondsey and Rotherhithe

This is the ninth in a series of posts comparing photos of London taken by Henry Dixon in the 1870s and 80s with the same view today.

Image: Travis Elborough, 2014

Some of the houses in Chelsea.

At the entrance to ...

A postcard depicting a Marylebone supplier of alcoholic beverages to the Music Halls - Courtesy Barrie

Ye Old Watling

Interesting to have this reference to a north London club in east London. I put this photo on Twitter with a question as to the meaning and one possible ...

A Review of "London's Changing Riverscape: Panoramas from London Bridge to Greenwich," by Charles Craig, Graham Diprose and Mike Seaborne, ...

Victoria ...


A DIY Charles Dickens Walking Tour of Marshalsea Prison and Southwark London

... onto Upper Thames Street we cross between this and the riverfront three times, Bell Wharf Lane, Cousin Lane and All Hallows Lane respectively, to return ...

London - Oxford Street - View SE on St Giles-in-the-Fields

Plaque to Stella and Fanny, aka Ernest Boulton and Frederick Park, Wakefield Street,

On the trail of Charles Dickens

The Eagle Tavern, black ink on newsprint, early to mid 19th century. ©

Entrance sign to The George Inn, Borough High Street, Southwark, The London Borough

The Angel Inn, from the south-east in the late 1890s as the Angel Hotel, showing embellishments of 1869–70 and adjacent buildings along Pentonville Road ...

There have been many prisons in London, the most famous one being the Tower of London. Victorian ...

In this piece we explore the nature of social action through a walk in Bermondsey and Rotherhithe in London. This area has experienced severe poverty and ...

Cambridge Heath Road Infirmary.

73, Cheapside

On the opposite side of the road to Jerwood Space is a small block of late Victorian model dwellings. These were built by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners ...


This pub's name isn't too mysterious – it is, of course, named after Albert, Prince Consort to Queen Victoria, and given the date on which the building that ...

London, Southwark, St Mary Overie Dock c.1875