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Lambeth North

Lambeth North Lambeth North is a tube station on the Bakerloo Line It is on the Bakerloo line, between Elephant & Castle and Waterloo, and is in Travelcard Zone 1.

Lambeth North tube station is a London Underground station in the neighbourhood of Lambeth, at the junction of Westminster Bridge Road and Baylis Road. It is the nearest tube station to the Imperial War Museum.

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Gladstone Street showing Albert Terrace in the background (1977)Source: Ideal Homes
22/01/2023

Gladstone Street showing Albert Terrace in the background (1977)



Source: Ideal Homes

Hidden London: histor­ically inclined look at the capital’s obscure attractions
22/01/2023
Hidden London

Hidden London: histor­ically inclined look at the capital’s obscure attractions

The world’s most visited online guide to lesser-known London, with illustrated articles on more than 750 localities and attractions. New pages added often.

View north along Westminster Bridge, 1910Source: Bishopsgate Institute
19/01/2023

View north along Westminster Bridge, 1910



Source: Bishopsgate Institute

Conway Hall Ethical Society
15/01/2023
Conway Hall Ethical Society - Wikipedia

Conway Hall Ethical Society

The Conway Hall Ethical Society, formerly the South Place Ethical Society, based in London at Conway Hall, is thought to be the oldest surviving freethought organisation in the world and is the only remaining ethical society in the United Kingdom. It now advocates secular humanism and is a member of...

St Paul’s Cathedral from Ludgate Circus, London c 1885John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836 - 1893) was a Victorian-era painter, ...
29/12/2022

St Paul’s Cathedral from Ludgate Circus, London c 1885

John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836 - 1893) was a Victorian-era painter, notable for his landscapes.

In 1861, at the age of 24, to the dismay of his parents, he departed from his first job as a clerk for the Great Northern Railway to pursue a career in art. He began exhibiting in 1862, under the patronage of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society.



Source: John Atkinson Grimshaw

Ivy Bridge Lane in 1886Source: British History Online
27/12/2022

Ivy Bridge Lane in 1886



Source: British History Online

Everchanging Mews: the mewses of old London Town
24/12/2022
Everchanging Mews

Everchanging Mews: the mewses of old London Town

Reporting on the changes that are occurring in London to its Mews properties; with descriptions, the history and photographs of all the London Mews.

Guildhall Art GallerySource: Secret London
21/12/2022

Guildhall Art Gallery



Source: Secret London

British MuseumSource: Halicki
17/12/2022

British Museum



Source: Halicki

Westminster Bridge in the rain
12/12/2022

Westminster Bridge in the rain

Pub names of London
05/12/2022

Pub names of London

Camberwell Flats by Night (1983)David Hepher (b.1935) is best known for his paintings of buildings, mainly tower blocks,...
24/11/2022

Camberwell Flats by Night (1983)

David Hepher (b.1935) is best known for his paintings of buildings, mainly tower blocks, which he refers to as "urban landscapes".

‘Camberwell Flats’ is part of a series of paintings, two of which can be found at the Museum of London and another at the Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art. They reflect Hepher’s sustained focus on residential architecture, and details of ordinary, everyday life, sometimes pushing it to the brink of abstraction.



Source: David Hepher

Amelia Street, SE11This originally consisted of late 19th century tenement blocks built by James Pullen between 1886 and...
17/11/2022

Amelia Street, SE11

This originally consisted of late 19th century tenement blocks built by James Pullen between 1886 and 1901.

During the 1980s the buildings between Manor Place and the south side of Amelia Street were demolished. The demolition of the rest of the Pullens Estate was prevented when squatters, intent on preserving the remainder of an individual late Victorian estate, occupied some of the blocks.

The south side of Amelia Street is now an open space - Pullens Gardens - created following the demolition of a tenement block.



Source: Ideal Homes

14/11/2022
Edith's Streets

Edith's Streets: an extended wander through London, street by street

London Local History - this lists street by street items of historical interest - public, industrial buildings & some environmental features in London and its immediate surroundings. Streets are given in OS grid squares - but numbering is not included (sorry!). Older squares give links to adjace...

05/11/2022
Edith's Streets

Edith's Streets: an extended wander through London, street by street

London Local History - this lists street by street items of historical interest - public, industrial buildings & some environmental features in London and its immediate surroundings. Streets are given in OS grid squares - but numbering is not included (sorry!). Older squares give links to adjace...

The site of Spring Gardens on the Agas map (1561)
23/10/2022

The site of Spring Gardens on the Agas map (1561)

South Lambeth PlaceSource: The Underground Map
18/10/2022

South Lambeth Place



Source: The Underground Map

Old and New London: Compiled by Walter Thornbury (1928-76) and Edward Walford (1823-97), this multi-volume popular histo...
14/10/2022
Search | British History Online

Old and New London: Compiled by Walter Thornbury (1928-76) and Edward Walford (1823-97), this multi-volume popular history of London was published in the late 19th century

Compiled by Walter Thornbury (1928-76) and Edward Walford (1823-97), this multi-volume popular history of London was published in the late 19th century.

St Paul’s (1920)In this photo, of unknown provenance, St Paul’s is pictured from the Southwark bank with wharves in fron...
09/10/2022

St Paul’s (1920)

In this photo, of unknown provenance, St Paul’s is pictured from the Southwark bank with wharves in front.

Street cricket (1953)
04/10/2022

Street cricket (1953)

Entrance to Pickering Place’s
02/09/2022

Entrance to Pickering Place

’s

Walnut Tree Place, SE11Late nineteenth century
01/09/2022

Walnut Tree Place, SE11

Late nineteenth century

New Prison
29/08/2022
New Prison - Wikipedia

New Prison

The New Prison was a prison located in the Clerkenwell area of central London between c.1617 and 1877. The New Prison was used to house prisoners committed for examination before the police magistrates, for trial at the sessions, for want of bail, and occasionally on summary conviction.[1]

Richmond Terrace, built in 1822 on the site of Richmond House, destroyed by fire in 1791.The Government building complet...
27/08/2022

Richmond Terrace, built in 1822 on the site of Richmond House, destroyed by fire in 1791.

The Government building completed in 1987 known as 79 Whitehall is immediately behind Richmond Terrace, with an entrance from Whitehall, formerly the entrance to Richmond House Mews.



Source: Wiki Commons/Stephen Richards

(West) Smithfield from the ’woodcut’ map of c. 1561, illustrating its proximity with open fields to the west, and cattle...
25/08/2022

(West) Smithfield from the ’woodcut’ map of c. 1561, illustrating its proximity with open fields to the west, and cattle pens by the City of London

Transport for London: the official TfL website
23/08/2022
Keeping London moving

Transport for London: the official TfL website

Information on all forms of transport in London including cycle hire. Routes, maps, plan a journey, tickets sales, realtime traffic and travel updates.

The London Encyclopaedia: The classic one volume guide to London in all its majesty
21/08/2022
The London Encyclopaedia

The London Encyclopaedia: The classic one volume guide to London in all its majesty

The London Encyclopaedia is probably THE definitive guide to the most interesting areas and people of London. We have provided a link direct to Amazon should you wish to buy it. As it says in the s…

20/08/2022

Amen Court, EC4M
15/08/2022

Amen Court, EC4M

Official London Theatre: West End tickets for every show
12/08/2022
Official London Theatre | Buy London Theatre Tickets

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A train of 1972 (MkII) Bakerloo Line stock waits at the southbound platform at Lambeth NorthImage credit: Badudoy
10/08/2022

A train of 1972 (MkII) Bakerloo Line stock waits at the southbound platform at Lambeth North

Image credit: Badudoy

At the corner of Clerkenwell Road and Goswell Road sits the Hat and Feathers. It was built on the site of an earlier tav...
08/08/2022

At the corner of Clerkenwell Road and Goswell Road sits the Hat and Feathers. It was built on the site of an earlier tavern around 1860 for owner James Leask. It was designed by William Finch Hill who specialised in music halls and pubs.



Source: Ewan Munro

London Historians: Random musings about London history
03/08/2022
London Historians' Blog

London Historians: Random musings about London history

Random musings about London's history

Heathrow – the lost hamlet » The Underground Map: Heathrow was a village for centuries before it was an airpo...
31/07/2022
Heathrow – the lost hamlet

Heathrow – the lost hamlet » The Underground Map: Heathrow was a village for centuries before it was an airport

Note: The following account was written by local historian Philip Sherwood in 2007, and featured on a lost website which campaigned against the expansion of Heathrow Airport. In recovering it and f…

26/07/2022

South Lambeth PlaceSource: The Underground Map
13/07/2022

South Lambeth Place



Source: The Underground Map

The alleyways and courtyards of London: A revival of Ivor Hoole’s GeoCities site listing the alleys and courtyards in Ce...
11/07/2022
The alleyways and courtyards of London

The alleyways and courtyards of London: A revival of Ivor Hoole’s GeoCities site listing the alleys and courtyards in Central London

A guide to the alleys, courts, passages and yards of Central London by Ivor Hoole This page is taken from Ivor Hoole’s sadly defunct GeoCities site listing the alleys and courtyards in Centra…

Fireworks over Tower Bridge at the opening ceremony for the 2012 Summer Olympics  #2012  Source: Flickr/Edvvc
10/07/2022

Fireworks over Tower Bridge at the opening ceremony for the 2012 Summer Olympics

#2012

Source: Flickr/Edvvc

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