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This was when the trams went furher into town, but that ended in 1967, when Sweden changed to right hand driving.

This was when the trams went furher into town, but that ended in when Sweden changed to right hand driving.

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

The George Inn, Southwark. The George Inn survives as one of London’s last remaining medieval coaching Inns that Dickens refers to in Little Dorrit and would have visited himself.

The George Inn survives as one of London’s last remaining medieval coaching Inns that Dickens refers to in Little Dorrit and would have visited himself. Unfortunately half of the Inn was knocked down to make way for warehousing to serve the new railway but you can still enjoy a drink in the coffee room in the middle bar where Dickens would have drank.

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

The George Inn, Southwark.The George Inn survives as one of London’s last remaining medieval coaching Inns that Dickens refers to in Little Dorrit and would have visited himself.

Whitby Market Place with the Town Hall in the background - Whitby - North Yorkshire - England - Late 1800s

Whitby Market Place with the Market Hall in the background - Whitby - North Yorkshire - England - Late

The 1930s East End | Londonist

A woman and her two daughters view the surrounding old terraced housing from the roof of Hillcott House, a new block of council flats, in Shoreditch, London. (Photo by London Express/Getty Images).

"Leadenhall Market, City of London, 1910."

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Leadenhall Market, vintage everyday: Edwardian Markets – 19 Vintage Photos Show the Trading in the

A new collection of Victorian photographs conjures up the winding streets and   smoking factories of the city that inspired Charles Dickens.

Dickens's London: in pictures

Lambeth picture, this time of the Thames foreshore where many people found work as labourers or sailors, shortly before the building.

NYC c. 1890’s

NYC c. 1890’s

mira como trabajaban en la altura en el 1900 - Taringa!

mira como trabajaban en la altura en el 1900

The eleventh most dangerous occupation in America is that of the rivet tosser. Insurance companies will not issue life or accident insurance cover to these people. (Photo by Evans/Three Lions/Getty Images).

Times Square 1950’s Postcard by Drive-In Mike on Flickr.  Tumblr

Vintage tips: Life, style and fashion — back-then: Times Square, New York City, 1955

New Bedford, MA, 1940

While the City Sleeps: Fall "New Bedford, Massachusetts." Another noirish image from the prolific Jack Delano.

Manhattan 37th Street (East) Avenue L

Manhattan Street (East) Avenue L

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