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London Collection

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Background imageLondon Collection: GWR Offices and Gamages Department Store, London, c. 1900

GWR Offices and Gamages Department Store, London, c. 1900
The GWR had offices based in Holborn. It was next door to the large Gamages department store, a popular shop than ran from 1878 to 1972. The Old Bell Restaurant can be seen to the right

Background imageLondon Collection: Victoria Tower, London, June 1929

Victoria Tower, London, June 1929
A GWR Publicity view of the Victoria Tower at the Palace of Westminster, London, in June 1929. The Victoria Tower was designed as the royal entrance to the Palace of Westminster

Background imageLondon Collection: The Tower of London and Tower Wharf, June 1929

The Tower of London and Tower Wharf, June 1929
A view north over the Thames to the Tower of London and Tower Wharf. The Thames was a busy river, as seen by the number of barges in the foreground

Background imageLondon Collection: Tower Bridge, London, June 1929

Tower Bridge, London, June 1929
A view across the Thames to Tower Bridge. In the 1920s the Thames was a hive of activity. Here the river is busy with barges and steaming tug boats. I

Background imageLondon Collection: Trafalgar Square, London, c. 1930

Trafalgar Square, London, c. 1930
A rather quiet looking Trafalgar Square looking towards the National Gallery. Nelsons Column looks over the square and its fountains

Background imageLondon Collection: Russell Street, Covent Garden, London c. 1930

Russell Street, Covent Garden, London c. 1930
A rather busy scene here looking up Russell Street. A mass of people, carts and trucks are preparing goods and produce for the large market at Covent Garden, just behind the cameraman

Background imageLondon Collection: Palace of Westminster, London, c. 1930

Palace of Westminster, London, c. 1930
A view across the Thames to the Palace of Westminster, home to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Several barges can be seen in the foreground going about their daily work

Background imageLondon Collection: London, Hyde Park, June 1929

London, Hyde Park, June 1929
A GWR Publicity view of Hyde Park, London in June 1929. People are strolling through the park taking in the air and enjoying the sunshine and flowers in tidy beds beside the path

Background imageLondon Collection: London, Hyde Park, June 1929

London, Hyde Park, June 1929
A GWR Publicity view of the Wellington Monument in Londons Hyde Park, in June 1929. The 5.5m high statue of Achilles was erected in 1822 to honour the Duke of Wellingtons victories in the Peninsular


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