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Victorian London
Posted on May 30, 2003 - 04:58 AM by Bill McCann

All aspects of Victorian London are explored in this series. It was a period of great vibrancy, fed by an overwhelming sense of achievement as Britain led the Industrial Revolution and established her Empire. But it was also a period of great destitution and hardship on the streets of London.



Links to Articles

The London Street-Sellers

The Vic Gallery

The Watercress Girl

The Penny Gaff

The Coster Lad

The Number of Costermongers

The Public Disinfectors

The London Street Markets on a Saturday Night

London Cabmen

The Billingsgate Bummarees

The Wet-fish Seller

Clapham Common Industries

The Covent Garden Flowerwomen

Street Floods in Lambeth

The London Boardmen

Fast Food in Victorian London

Hookey Alf of Whitechapel

Recruiting Sergeants at Westminster

The Art and Practice of Forgery

Caney the Clown

The Dramatic Shoe-Black

The Match Sellers

The Temperance Sweep

The Sellers of Corn Plasters

Street Advertising

Fireworks in the Streets

"Tickets" the Card-Dealer

The London Street Stalls

Victorian Street Doctors

Cannon the Wall Worker

Mr Baylis and the Ticket-of-leave men

Black Jack

The Water-Carters

Halfpenny Ices

The Victorian Home: Conditions Necessary to Health

Household Water in Victorian London

Air and Ventilation in the Victorian Home

The Old Clothes of St. Giles

Keeping warm and cooking in the Victorian Home

Dealers In Fancy-Ware

Lighting the Victorian Home

The Street Fruit Trade

Cleaning the Victorian Home

Cheap Fish of St Giles

The Covent Garden Labourersp>Site Map


 

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