Old Images of London Bridge

Etchning and engraving of London Bridge, published by John Bowles in London in 1723 or 1724, and now in the archives of the British Library

Old images of Tower Bridge in London

A German U-Boat captured during the Great War (World War I), being transported up the River Thames in front of Tower Bridge. Image now in the archives of the Nationaal Archief in The Hague, The Netherlands

Old Images of Greenwich, London

Monograph of Greenwich Hospital from page 315 of "Tombleson's Thames [Plates. German edition. Descriptive text by W. G. Fearnside.] Ger", by William Gray Fearnside and William Tombleson, published by Tombleson of London in 1834, in the British Library archives

Old Images of London’s Trafalgar Square

Old Photochrom image of Trafalgar Square, London, taken from the National Gallery sometime between 1890 and 1900. Detroit Publishing Company, now part of the archive at the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division

Old Images of Wembley, London

Old Photograph of the junction at Stanley Avenue and Ealing Road, Wembley , in 1914, from Mark Crombie's extensive collection of vintage postcards on Flikr

Old Images of Blackfriars Bridge, London

"VIEW of BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE and ST PAUL'S from the PATENT SHOT MANUFACTORY on the SOUTH SIDE of the RIVER" by Daniel Turner, published on 1st September 1803 by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London, part of the Topographical Collection of George III archive held by the British Library

Old Images of Waterloo, London

"LONDON. In the Centre, is seen principally WATERLOO BRIDGE, to the Right, part of Somerset House and the Adelphi - in Distance, Westminster Abbey and Bridge, Lambeth Palace &c., and in Middle Distance, the Theatres, Whitehall, St Martins, and other Parish Churches" an aquatint and etching (with hand colouring) by Robert Havell. Published by Messrs Boydell & Co, London, for the Author T.S. Roberts, in 1817, the year this original Waterloo Bridge opened. Part of the British Library's Topographical Collection of George III archive.

Old Images of Neasden, London

Kingsbury and Neasden Station (now part of the London Borough of Brent), c.1890, in the Collection of National Media Museum/Kodak Museum

Old Images of Oxford Street, London

"Entrance to Oxford Street or Tyburn Turnpike with views of Park Lane" by Thomas Rowlandson, published at Ackermann's Gallery No. 101 Strand, on 1st April 1798; Topographical Collection of George III archives at the British Library