Photographs of a Murky and Foggy London 1960-1964

Battersea Power Station on a murky February afternoon in 1964.


The Lots Road Power Station, right, and the Fulham Power Station, centre. December 1962.


The Serpentine and The Serpentine Bridge and a white serpent in the foreground. 1960.


The Thames and a section of Lambeth Bridge. 1960.


View of the River Thames with Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. It was taken on a murky February afternoon in 1964


Hyde Park in the snow. February 1964.


South Kensington. Elm Park Road. 1964.


St George’s Square photographed from Grosvenor Road by the River Thames. The spire belongs to St Saviour’s Church.


St George’s Square with St Saviour’s Church. To the left is the entrance to Chichester Street, with a bit of Belgrave Road

St George’s Square. The east side of the square photographed from the west side 1964

Chichester Street, Pimlico S.W.1

The Old Police House, Hyde Park. 1960.

These photos were taken by Peter Stephens whose photos can be seen on Flickr.

Peter Stephens, South Kensington, 1964.

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