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London arms and seals
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London arms and seals
Routemaster Bus
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Routemaster Bus
Big Ben and London Tram
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Big Ben and London Tram
Notables assembled in the Abbey annexe at 1937 Coronation Featured Image

Notables assembled in the Abbey annexe at 1937 Coronation

Ecclesiastics, distinguished officers of state and regalia bearers awaiting the arrival of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in the tapestried hall of the temporary annexe of Westminster Abbey. On the extreme left is Viscount Lascelles, elder son of the Princess Royal, one of the King's train-bearers. The group left centre consists of the Duke of Buccleuch, the Lord Steward; Field-Marshal Lord Milne, bearer of the Second Sword; the Earl of Cromer, the Lord Chamberlain; and the Duchess of Norfolk, canopy bearer to the Queen. The two ecclesiastics standing in the centre are the Archbishop of York and the Bishop of London (bearer of the paten), while the group on the right foreground consists of the Duke of Abercorn, one of the four Knights of the Garter appointed to hold the canopy for the King's Anointing; the Earl of Lytton, another canopy-bearer; Major Algar H. S. Howard, Norroy King of Arms; and Lord Hailsham the Lord Chancellor. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

London in fog
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London in fog
Leaving the Underground
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Leaving the Underground
World War One soldiers
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World War One soldiers
Big Ben under Scaffold
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Big Ben under Scaffold
IRA bombing of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Featured Image

IRA bombing of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster

The fire started after the IRA planted an explosive device in Westminster Hall, Houses of Parliament, 17 June 1974. The 20 lb explosive device caused extensive damage and ignited a gas main that caused additional fire damage to the historic building. Although there were no fatalities, a number of people received minor injuries caused by the blast. The picture shows the building in the later stages of the fire, with smoke coming from the annexe roof, and water hoses stretched across the road

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Edward I Crowned
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Edward I Crowned
Westminster Abbey C18
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Westminster Abbey C18
LCC-LFB Westminster fire station, SW London Featured Image

LCC-LFB Westminster fire station, SW London

Opened in 1906, Westminster fire station was a London Fire Brigade station (the name had changed from the Metropolitan Fire Brigade in 1904). Located at 4 Greycoat Place SW1, it remains operational today. However, it is under threat of closure due to the changing needs of London's fire cover and financial cutbacks imposed by central government

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Westminster Bridge 1920S
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Westminster Bridge 1920S
Edward IV Crowned
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Edward IV Crowned
Westminster & London C16
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Westminster & London C16
Map of Westminster, 1593
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Map of Westminster, 1593

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