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Pic: Amazing Aerial Shot of London from the 1920’s

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This aerial photograph of London was taken in the early 1920s by Alfred G Buckham, a remarkable photographer and pilot. Amazing!

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  1. Neat! I have a modern day shot on my desktop from virtually the same angle, so with Tower Bridge as the reference I just spent a few minutes minimising and maximising the window to see the things that are different and things that are the same.

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