General views of London
General views of London
Record No
General views of London
Another view from the Golden Gallery, St. Paul's Cathedral [looking east]. View showing extensive bomb damage, following the demolition of unsafe buildings in the summer of 1942. On the right looking up Cannon Street are Distaff Lane, Friday Street, Bread Street, Queen Victoria Street and Cannon Street Railway Station. In thecentre foreground can be seen the Tower of St. Augustine's Church and Watling Street, which crosses Friday Street and Bread Street. To the left is St. Mary-le-Bow Church.
Date of execution
London Metropolitan Archives
Cross and Tibbs Collection
Cross, Arthur; Tibbs, Fred
Longest dimension
25 cm
Shortest dimension
18 cm
Catalogue No
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