Working class Victorian London homes

Over London by Rail, by Gustave Doré, shows the cramped living conditions in Victorian London slums, similar to those in Portsea at the time.

St. John's Gate, Clerkenwell, built in 1504... large version

Dickens’s Victorian London by Alex Werner Tony Williams (Ebury) St John’s Gate,

Smog of London hiding Big Ben - Taken by Linley Sambourne, 1905.

Big Ben envolto em névoa, 1905 / Smog of London hiding Big Ben! - Taken by Linley Sambourne, 1905

Regent's Park London from 1833 Schmollinger map - Royal Parks of London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

London Parks: The Regent's Park section of "Improved map of London for from Actual Survey. Engraved by W.

Old London Bridge. "From a model by John Thorp in the London Museum." From London past and Present In the section “Before the Great Fire, 1666,” p. 21. Traitor's Gate appears at the extreme left, the Drawbridge on Nunsuch House in the center, and St. Magnus Church at the extreme left.

London Bridge: Southwark end showing heads over Traitor's gate.

Lower Fore Street in Lambeth, London c. 1860’s.  Uneven cobbles, walls jutting out and leaning as if about to collapse, and is that a costermonger’s barrow at the end of the alley?

[ABSOLUTELY PERFECT setting for Carriage en route to burglary AND Chase Scene!] An unidentified alley in Lambeth, London c. Uneven cobbles, walls jutting out and leaning as if about to collapse, and is that a costermonger’s barrow at the end of the alley?

Earl's Court Farm - 1867 / LONDON [ UK ]

Earl’s Court Farm, Until 1844 it had been run by the Hutchins family, very successfully. The man in the bowler hat is Mr. Alloway, who took over the farm in Earls Court station was built on top.

During the mid 1800′s the average of mortality for the London working classes was only 22 years. The main killers at the time were smallpox and cholera. The 1883 cholera epidemic killed almost 13,000 who mainly lived in the slums of London.

During the mid the average of mortality for the London working classes was only 22 years. The main killers at the time were smallpox and cholera. The 1883 cholera epidemic killed almost who mainly lived in the slums of London.

Crystal Palace, London, 1851

Great Exhibition photo Claude Marie Ferrier (French Reports of the Juries, 1851 Exhibition. View of Transept, looking south, Westmacott set. Painted and dyed cotton.

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