London-based photographer Norman Craig took these fascinating photos that show street scenes of London in the early 1970s.
“I worked in a lot of different buildings in the City from the 1970s to the 1990s. It’s likely I took some snaps in those years. I’ll look through my old negs from time to time to see if there’s anything worth uploading.”
|Looking downriver towards Tower Bridge and HMS Belfast, London, March 1972
|Looking upriver towards Tate Modern from the Monument, London, March 1972
|Monument erected after the Great Fire of London. That's Pudding Lane on the right, where the fire started in 1666, March 1972
|Party of Japanese tourists waits for a late coach, London, 1972
|A kiss in the rush hour, London, March 1973
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