Pictures of London taken during the 1990s

Billingate Market, formerly London's fish market, is seen here shortly after it had been restored and converted to office space.
Billingate Market
The facade of Tate Britain seen from behind a hedge.
Tate Britain
The entrance to the Clore Gallery at Tate Britain.
The Clore Gallery
Euston Station seen from gardens opposite.
Euston Station
St Pauls Cathedral seen from Bankside Power Station south of the Thames before the Millenium Bridge was built.
St Pauls Cathedral
Lambeth Palace
Lambeth Palace
View of Waterloo Bridge with the City of London beyond.
Waterloo Bridge
Lloyds of London, seen from the top of the Monument.
Lloyds
The Horniman Museum in Forest Hill.
The Horniman Museum
View of the portico of University College London, one of the finest examples of Neoclassical architecture in Britain.
University College London
View of the Globe Theatre during construction, with the tower of Bankside Power Station in the background.
The Globe Theatre
These five supermarket trolleys tied together with string and covered with plastic and umberellas were the worldly possessions of a tramp who lived on the streets in South Kensington.
Home
View of The City looking north along Bishopsgate
Bishopsgate
A sculpture bt Henry Moore at Millbank.
Sculpture by Henry Moore
View from the Monument looking south towards London Bridge and Guys Hospital.
London Bridge
View of the Tower of London just before a rainstorm, seen from the south bank of the Thames.
The Tower of London
View of Battersea Power Station from the top of the Campanile of Westminster Cathedral. Curiously, the power station has been built exactly in alignment with Westminster Cathedral.
Battersea Power Station
View of Southbank Power Station before it was converted into Tate Modern.
Southbank Power Station
View of The City as a storm was approaching.
Baltic Exchange
Tower Bridge, stormy day.
Tower Bridge
View of Senate House, well known as the home of Big Brother in 1984.
Senate House, University of London
Adelaide House, one of the most important Art Deco buildings in Britain, is seen from the south bank of the Thames, with London Bridge in the foreground.
Adelaide House
View of the dome of St Pauls Cathedral seen from a low viewpoint.
The Dome of St Pauls Cathedral
View of the central tower of the Victoria and Albert Museum
The Victoria and Albert Museum
This distant view of Tower Bridge is seen from Blackfriars Bridge.
Distant view of Tower Bridge
Looking up at the BT Tower
BT Tower
The schooner Kathleen and May is seen in St Mary Overie Dock in London, just before she was restored.
The Kathleen and May
View of the City and East London looking towards Canary Wharf from the top of the Monument
The City looking towards Canary Wharf
View of The Monument seen only for a short time following the demolition of an office block and before the new building was constructed.
The Monument
View of Cannon Street Station and Bridge from the south bank of the Thames.
Cannon Street Station
View of the dome of St Pauls Cathedral seen from the top of the Monument.
St Pauls Cathedral
View of London looking east from the top of the Campinele of Westminster Cathedral. Canary Wharf can be seen in the far distance.
View of London
Hays Galleria, part of the Hays Wharf complex, seen from the river.
Hay's Galleria
View of the 1960s development of Victoria Street seen from the top of Westminster Cathedral.
Victoria Street
From behind Liverpool Street Station
Exchange Square
Tower Bridge.
Tower Bridge