Fleet Street, London, busy with traffic, 1848

#Picture Number SM112

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Pedestrians, horse-drawn traffic (including omnibuses and a brewer’s dray) and tradesmen with handcarts and baskets crowd Fleet Street, London, in 1848. Placards to the left refer to ‘The Roused Lion’, a play by Benjamin Webster (1797-1882), lessee of the Haymarket Theatre at this time. St Paul’s Cathedral rises in the background.


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