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London Past and present: Historic London merges with modern-day capital in series of impressive photographs - Londontopia

London Past and present: Historic London merges with modern-day capital in series of impressive photographs - Londontopia

The London EDITION | http://www.yatzer.com/the-london-edition-hotel /, photo © Richard Powers.

The London EDITION

The London EDITION | http://www.yatzer.com/the-london-edition-hotel /, photo © Richard Powers.

London Past and present: Historic London merges with modern-day capital in series of impressive photographs - Londontopia

London Past and present: Historic London merges with modern-day capital in series of impressive photographs - Londontopia

Left: Southwark end showing heads over Traitor's gate. London past and Present, p. 23.

Left: Southwark end showing heads over Traitor's gate. London past and Present, p. 23.

Clerkenwell Green in 1958

Clerkenwell Green in 1958

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High ceilings and lovely architecture inside the Lodnon EDITION - Decoist

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Gandaldf’s London Pub that Launched a Thousand Ships - There's something about mixing history, battered fish with chunky chips and a good ale that I can't resist. I love English pubs and everything they stand for, but there are some that are particularly special; that have outlasted multiple eras, withstood wars and in one case ... launched a thousand ships.

Gandaldf’s London Pub that Launched a Thousand Ships - There's something about mixing history, battered fish with chunky chips and a good ale that I can't resist. I love English pubs and everything they stand for, but there are some that are particularly special; that have outlasted multiple eras, withstood wars and in one case ... launched a thousand ships.

The Great Beer Flood - On the 17th October 1814, a colossal beer vat at The Horse Shoe Brewery situated on Tottenham Court Road ruptured, causing a wave of 135,000 gallons of locally brewed Porter Ale to flood the street, killing eight people, including a family who drowned in their own basement.

The Great Beer Flood - On the 17th October 1814, a colossal beer vat at The Horse Shoe Brewery situated on Tottenham Court Road ruptured, causing a wave of 135,000 gallons of locally brewed Porter Ale to flood the street, killing eight people, including a family who drowned in their own basement.

The mobile #app #development lifecycle - from concept/idea to live production #infographic

The mobile #app #development lifecycle - from concept/idea to live production #infographic

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