Ghostly images showing ‘then and now’ shots of London and its most famous bridges from across the ages have today been released by the Museum of London Docklands.
The hybrid snaps, which contrast historic views with their present day perspective, depict locations in the capital that have changed dramatically throughout time.
Within the collection includes pictures of Tower Bridge from 1903 to 1910, the demolition of Old Waterloo Bridge and a view of London Bridge from 1937.
The original photographs were taken by renowned late 19th and 20th century photographers, including Henry Grant, Henry Turner, Sandra Flett, Christina Broom, Roger Mayne and George Davison Reid.
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