15 Vintage Photos Showing London Street Scenes during the 1890s

Trafalgar Square (London) with the National Gallery to the left and St Martins in the Fields to the right
Two women are about to cross The Mall onto Horse Guards Parade. The building to the right now house the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)
Vauxhall is an area of London just south of the Thames
Albert Memorial in London with the Royal Albert Hall in the background
An elephant in a park, London
In the distance is St. Paul’s Cathedral. This was taken from Cannon Street in the City of London
London Trafalgar Square
Omnibus stand outside of Victoria Station London
St Paul’s Cathedral, City of London
The corner of Parliament Square from a stretch of road called Broad Sanctuary. Broad Sacntuary eventually becomes Victoria Street. Westminster Abbey is out of shot just to the photographer’s right
The Crimean War Memorial in Waterloo Place London
The Monument, London
The south bank of the river Thames at Westminster Bridge, London
The SS Somerset, home port London
The river Thames

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