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Westminster JRU01_01_040 Featured City of Westminster Print

Westminster JRU01_01_040

CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A view looking north-east across Westminster from the tower of Westminster Cathedral, showing St James Park station, the Methodist Central Hall, Westminster Abbey and Victoria Tower of the Houses of Parliament.
The campanile or tower of Westminster Cathedral is 284ft tall, and has a viewing gallery near its top. The Rose Tower of the Houses of Parliament, shown on the right of this photograph, was restored between 1936 and the early 1950s

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The Strand 21760_11 Featured City of Westminster Print

The Strand 21760_11

The Strand and The Embankment, Westminster, London. In the centre of this aerial photograph is Shell-Mex House, part of which was once the Cecil Hotel, the largest hotel in Europe when it opened on 1886. Today the Strand has three theatres: The Savoy, The Adelphi and the Vaudeville: in the 1890s it contained more theatres than other street in London. The street has housed many public houses and coffee shops since the 17th century and has attracted a wide range of people over the years from writers and actors, to pickpockets and prostitutes. Photographed in August 2002

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Trafalgar Square EGP_22657_75 Featured City of Westminster Print

Trafalgar Square EGP_22657_75

Trafalgar Square, Westminster, London, 22 May 1909.
Dr William James Stewart Lockyer (1868-??1936) silver gelatin glass plate negative. This view, from the balloon Corona at 2, 000ft (610m), was taken by the pioneering balloonist Dr James Lockyer. Like his father, Sir Norman Lockyer, James was an astronomer, but he had always been ??air-minded'??. He made his first balloon ascent in 1907, and served with the Royal Naval Air Service and the Royal Air Force in the First World War. Lockyer was familiar with photographic technology from his astronomical work, and that probably explains the high quality of this image. The Admiralty Arch, built between 1906 and 1911, can be seen under construction (centre right) between Trafalgar Square and The Mall. From the EGPN Collection held by Historic England Archive

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