Thursday, May 15, 2014

Images of London in 1892

A continuation from my posts on images in London in 1889, 1890, and 1891.

High Street Kensington (1892)
Façade of The Duke of York's Theatre (1892)
Cheapside (1892)
The Thames from Westminster Bridge, London (1892)
Kew Bridge, London (1892)
Construction of Tower Bridge (28 September 1892)
Fleet Street & St Paul's, London (1892)

All Souls Church, Langholm Place, London (1892)
A couple of dandies at Victoria Embankment Gardens, London (1892)
Inside Hanbury Street, Whitechapel,
Salvation Army shelter for women, by Paul Renouard,
The Graphic, 27 February 1892 (BBC website)
Fishmonger's Wife, The New Cut Market, London (1892)

Match Seller in Ludgate Hill, London (1892)
Maid's in a London Hotel (1892)
Buffalo Bill, London (1892)
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West toured Europe eight times,
the first four tours between 1887 and 1892
and the last four from 1902 to 1906.

Georgian riders in London (1892)
The End of the London Season:
The Last Church Parade of the Year (1892).
The Fancy Dress Ball at Covent Garden (1892)
By Arthur Hopkins
Sir David Evans (right) and his family at the Welsh Banquet
Mansion House, London (1892)
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  1. May I just say how much I love your blog. As a writer who specializes in this time period, I am continually inspired by your posts. I just had to say it. I thoroughly enjoy every post.

  2. Brilliant blog - so interesting! Thank you.