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Londoners have always been brilliant as making the most of London’s limited real estate – it’s a tradition that dates far back in time as illustrated by this photo from the early 1900’s. This lovely looking chap runs a shoe store right below the window of what looks like a grocery/general store. What a slice of life!

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  1. really its true pic of real life of London which change day by day but still lots of things are same just wanna say one word for it ” do respect & have respect of your past…………..

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