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16 Ghostly Images Of London Landmarks Then And Now

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These incredible images show locations throughout England's famous old capital as they looked both in history and today. Released by the Museum of London, the composites create a ghostly visual of the city old and new, and include such landmarks as Covent Garden, Tower Bridge and Piccadilly Circus.

The images have been revealed to mark the launch of the Museum’s Streetmuseum 2.0 iPhone app, which is available on iTunes now. The app guides users to sites across London, where hidden histories of the city dramatically appear, illuminated thanks to the institution’s photographic collections.

  • Gloucester Road Station
    Museum of London
  • Cheapside
    Museum of London
  • Duncannon Street in the City of London
    Museum of London
  • Oxford Street
    Museum of London
  • Bow Lane off Cheapside
    Museum of London
  • Blackfriars station
    Museum of London
  • Covent Garden
    Museum of London
  • Southern Railway's terminus, London Bridge
    Museum of London
  • Tower Bridge, west side
    Museum of London
  • Byward Street
    Museum of London
  • Charing Cross Road
    Museum of London
  • Victoria station
    Museum of London
  • Piccadilly Circus
    Museum of London
  • Hyde Park near Marble Arch
    Museum of London
  • Brick Lane
    Museum of London
  • Palace Theatre
    Museum of London

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