Very first photographs of London go on show


An extraordinary set of images from Queen Victoria’s reign are being displayed in Paternoster Square this weekend, from the first known photograph of the capital to the opening of Blackwall Tunnel, taking in the Crystal Palace, the first Tube line and life in Kensington's "slums"

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Main image: Residents pose for the camera in Market Court, Kensington in 1868