Charles Booth Online Archive
Charles Booth's survey of Life and Labour in London 1886 - 1903. The survey interviewed workers and families to discover the level of poverty of Londoners at the turn of the century.
Charged to protect and celebrate England's historic buildings, monuments, parks, gardens, battlefields and wreck sites.
National Monuments Record (NMR)
The public archive of English Heritage. Holds over 10 million photos, plans, drawings, reports and publications on archaeology, listed buildings, aerial photography and social history.
English Heritage Archives
Photographs and archives of England's buildings and historic sites.
English Heritage Images
A selection of exclusive prints, framed prints and canvas prints to buy.
Search across national and local records of England's historic sites and buildings.
Images of England
Over 300,000 images of Englands built heritage from lamp posts to lavatories, phone boxes to toll booths, mile stones to gravestones, as well as thousands of bridges, historic houses and churches.
Search nearly 400,000 records held in our national historic environment database including information on archaeological, architectural and maritime sites.
Photos that date from the 1850s and are a resource for people interested in England's social, industrial, architectural and archaeological history.
Epidemic Disease In London
Great Fire of London
One morning in 1666 a sudden fire in a Pudding Lane bakery went on to destroy two-thirds of the City of London. Read about the causes, consequences and aftermath here.
Monuments & Dust: The Culture of Victorian London
Draws on original evidence held in local collections to tell the stories of how our London forebears lived their lives, the changes they will have seen, and some of the historical events they may have witnessed during the last 300 years.
The 1832 cholera epidemic in East London
Victoria County History: London
Index of places mentioned in the titles of articles in the published volumes of the Victoria History of the Counties of England.
Guide to the social history of Victorian London.
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