The archives manager at Bishopsgate Institute recently discovered boxes containing more than 3,000 slides depicting London’s landmarks including churches, statues, buildings, and social scenes from the Victorian period to the early 20th century.
In 2007, a project to digitize the images launched, some of which can be seen here. More than 600 images were digitized, and in October 2013 were published in a book called The Gentle Author’s London Album.
Image: Traffic on Tower Bridge, 1905 Credit: Bishopsgate Institute
Comments Off on Hundreds of Images of Historic London Published for First Time