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Slums can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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The Workmans Train Featured Slums Image

The Workmans Train

The Workman's Train. Interior of a third class carriage running workers from the suburbs of London into the city centre. The illustration related to a feature in the same issue of The Illustrated London News which spoke about a reduction in tax on rail fares and more commodious trains early in the morning and the evening to ensure workers, who could not afford to live in the centre, where many working class and slum dwellings were being demolished. Date: 1883

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Britain-Lifestyle-Carnival Featured Slums Image


Performers pose for a photograph on the second day of the Notting Hill Carnival in west London on August 31, 2015. Nearly one million people are expected by the organizers Sunday and Monday in the streets of west London's Notting Hill to celebrate Caribbean culture at a carnival considered the largest street demonstration in Europe. The Notting Hill Carnival started in the 1960s, when the area had a large population of immigrants recently arrived from the Caribbean and was notorious for its slums -- a far cry from today when it is one of London's most expensive places to live. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL / AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL

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Aylesbury Place, Clerkenwell, 1899 by H.W. Fincham (b/w photo) Featured Slums Image

Aylesbury Place, Clerkenwell, 1899 by H.W. Fincham (b/w photo)

XJF2920753 Aylesbury Place, Clerkenwell, 1899 by H.W. Fincham (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; ( Aylesbury Place, built in the 1820s, comprised 29 small houses ranged around a court with a common tap. Each house had two tiny rooms, one above the other, in most cases with a ladder instead of stairs. London County Council demolished them 1900-6 in order to widen St John Street.); English, out of copyright

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