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Check out these stunning pictures from London’s Evening Standard newspaper that merge old picture of London with the modern day. Such an interesting way to look at history.

These astonishing images blend London’s past and present, marking a continuity in one of the world’s fastest changing cities.

Source: Past and present: Historic London merges with modern-day capital in series of impressive photographs – London – News – London Evening Standard

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

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

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. These were fantastic – hope to get to Tate Modern, should I get back to beloved London, again.

  2. My grand father won the Serpentine race on Xmas morning. They had to break the ice first.
    He won a barometer

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