BEFORE AFTER SLIDING GALLERY

“London’s 100-Year Journey” been published as a book in summer 2018 and now presented here as Before After Images Slider Gallery. By sliding each photograph right and left you can see the unique point of this collection. 
 

 

 

 

WESTMINSTER BRIDGE:

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The Mother of Parliaments in all her neo-gothic splendour: this is probably the defining image of London for every generation. Thankfully, very little has changed: Big Ben still stands and democracy still lives in Britain, though it is important to remember, that during certain points in the interlude between the pictures, that looked far from certain. The Bridge itself remains busy and London busses are still around, despite switching from tracks to wheels. Westminster Bridge is also the perfect place to reflect upon the changes that have come across the city: most famously done by Wordsworth in the early 19th century.

 

 

MAIDA VALE CANAL:

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HAMPSTEAD HIGH STREET:

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SLONE STREET:

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KING’S CROSS STATION:

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GERALDINE STREET:

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THE GRIFFIN STATUE:

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TRAFALGAR SQUARE:

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BROMPTON ROAD:

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BANK JUNCTION:

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