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The families of military personnel deserve our respect and admiration.

"The Last Kiss" WWII - Departure of the “Amerigo Vespucci” Egypt, 1963 - Who is the photographer?

Kings Cross, Islington, Greater London c. 1885 "Reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR Reference Number: CC97/01265	   Caption:	A busy street view with people and horse-drawn vehicles including a Hansom cab in the foreground.  Photographer:	 York and Son"

Kings Cross, Islington, Greater London c. 1885 "Reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR Reference Number: Caption: A busy street view with people and horse-drawn vehicles including a Hansom cab in the foreground. Photographer: York and Son"

Victorian Hansom cab

A Hansom cab is a type of horse-drawn carriage first designed and patented in 1834 by English architect Joseph Hansom.

Taking baby for a ride in 1922. Wonderful London - Edited by St John Adcock. Published 1922 by The Fleetway House, London, EC.

Taking baby for a ride in Wonderful London - Edited by St John Adcock. Published 1922 by The Fleetway House, London, EC.

Alleyway in Spitalfields

Spitafields Nippers, Horace Warner -East London early This could just as easily been Dublin or so many other places the poor survived.

This is reputedly the house that Dickens used as inspiration for Fagin’s Lair in Oliver Twist. The Artful Dodger and Oliver Twist walk from Islington down to ‘a house near Field Lane’ which was an area renowned for its rookery. 18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

This is reputedly the house that Dickens used as inspiration for Fagin’s Lair in Oliver Twist. The Artful Dodger and Oliver Twist walk from Islington down to ‘a house near Field Lane’ which was an area renowned for its rookery. 18 Vintage Photos Of Charle

Essex Road at Marquess Road and St Paul's church, Islington, 1905

Essex Road at Marquess Road and St Paul's church, Islington, 1905

The old station at Highbury and Islington

Highbury and Islington Station, at the north-west corner of Highbury Corner, Islington post- 1956 (the third floor removed and covered by a corrugated iron roof.

Chapel Street Market, Islington, London, c.1905.

Street Scenes - Great Britain - England - London - North London - Islington - Chapel Street Market, Islington, London, - Old and Local Historic Pictures Around the UK

The cat's meat man pushed his barrow around East End streets selling cheap meat to families as pet food. Often horsemeat, it was unfit for human consumption and sometimes even too rotten for pets. The decoration on the house marks the coronation of Edward VII.

The cat's meat man pushed his barrow around East End streets selling cheap meat to families as pet food. Often horsemeat, it was unfit for human consumption and sometimes even too rotten for pets.

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