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The George Inn survives as one of London’s last remaining medieval coaching Inns that Dickens refers to in Little Dorrit and would have visited himself. Unfortunately half of the Inn was knocked down to make way for warehousing to serve the new railway but you can still enjoy a drink in the coffee room in the middle bar where Dickens would have drank.

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

The George Inn, Southwark.The George Inn survives as one of London’s last remaining medieval coaching Inns that Dickens refers to in Little Dorrit and would have visited himself.

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

The George Inn, Southwark. The George Inn survives as one of London’s last remaining medieval coaching Inns that Dickens refers to in Little Dorrit and would have visited himself.

Lambeth High Street 1847.

1847 Lambeth High Street Showing the Windmill Pub, a pub called the Windmill still stands on the same site.

Jack the Ripper: Hanbury street Murder site 1888

September The second Jack the Ripper victim, Annie Chapman, was found in the back yard of 29 Hanbury Street.

The George, or George Inn, is a public house established in the medieval period on Borough High Street in Southwark, London. Currently owned and leased by the National Trust, it is located on the south side of the River Thames near London Bridge.

The George, or George Inn, is a public house established in the medieval period on Borough High Street in Southwark, London. Currently owned and leased by the National Trust, it is located on the south side of the River Thames near London Bridge.

London, Clerkenwell, St John's Gate c.1870.

St John's Gate The historical Gentleman's Magazine was printed from offices here, so my fictional Gentleman's Periodical was printed nearby.

Gamage's, 116-128 Holborn, Holborn, 22 Oct 1907

Looking across a bustling Holborn towards Gamage's department store during its sale, showing people browsing outside the shop with motor cars and horse-drawn buses on the street

The Lonely Streets Of Old London | Spitalfields Life

Lost in Old London – Rose Alley, Southwark, c. 1910 - I've been lost in Southwark.

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