High Street Kensington’s roof taking shape. | 15 Victorian Photos Of The London Underground Being Built

High Street Kensington’s roof taking shape. | 15 Victorian Photos Of The London Underground Being Built

victorian london fleet street | London then and now – Fleet Street from David Perdue’s Charles ...

victorian london fleet street | London then and now – Fleet Street from David Perdue’s Charles ...

Completion of Notting Hill Gate station 1866.  Historic images of the London Underground released for the first time | London - ITV News

Completion of Notting Hill Gate station 1866. Historic images of the London Underground released for the first time | London - ITV News

The first ever London Underground journey. The station pictured is Edgware road. William Gladstone, who would become prime minister, his wife, and the engineer John Fowler were aboard 24 May 1862

The first ever London Underground journey. The station pictured is Edgware road. William Gladstone, who would become prime minister, his wife, and the engineer John Fowler were aboard 24 May 1862

Bayswater Station, just after completion. | 15 Victorian Photos Of The London Underground Being Built

Bayswater Station, just after completion. | 15 Victorian Photos Of The London Underground Being Built

One of a series of photographs by Henry Flather showing the construction, undertaken between 1866 and 1870, of the Metropolitan Railway's underground lines between Farringdon and Paddington and on to Kensington. It now forms part of the existing District and Circle lines on the London underground. The construction work, utilising the 'cut and cover' technique, caused a lot of disruption to London neighbourhoods. Praed Street Station, now known as Paddington, is hidden from view by the beer…

One of a series of photographs by Henry Flather showing the construction, undertaken between 1866 and 1870, of the Metropolitan Railway's underground lines between Farringdon and Paddington and on to Kensington. It now forms part of the existing District and Circle lines on the London underground. The construction work, utilising the 'cut and cover' technique, caused a lot of disruption to London neighbourhoods. Praed Street Station, now known as Paddington, is hidden from view by the beer…

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