From horse drawn carts in Covent Garden to revellers drinking at Soho’s Milk Bars: Nostalgic images from the 1930s reveal London's timeless charm

Mail Online | 4/14/2017 | Naomi Leach For Mailonline
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London has long been a bustling hub of entertainment and industry, with its centre thronged by visitors and locals alike.

While many of the names remain the same, a series of eye-opening snaps has shed light on daily life in a decade on the cusp of change.

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Before the capital was blighted by the Blitz, London of the 1930s was a juxtaposition of old and new. The city was in the process of switching to electric street lights yet horses and carts still snaked their way through its labyrinthine streets.

However, nostalgic images reveal that Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus and Islington have been...
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