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Piccadilly Collection

"Piccadilly: A Timeless Tapestry of London's Charm" Step into the enchanting world by Night, where the vibrant energy of London comes alive

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Wodehouse / Jeeves / Wooster

Wodehouse / Jeeves / Wooster
Front cover of Piccadilly Jim, showing a couple playing footsie beneath the dining table

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: PICCADILLY / CRUIKSHANK

PICCADILLY / CRUIKSHANK
Piccadilly: a coach departs from the White Horse Cellar Date: 1820

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason
The Fortnum and Mason lettering sign above the door of the famous store, selling luxury goods of all description, Piccadilly, London. Date: 1960s

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Map of London Underground railway, Hampstead Tube

Map of London Underground railway, Hampstead Tube
Map of London Underground railway extension, highlighting the recently opened Hampstead Tube (Charing Cross, Euston & Hampstead Railway), branching out to Golders Green and Highgate. Date: 1907

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly by Night, London

Piccadilly by Night, London Date: 1960s

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Please, Mr Policeman, where is Father Christmas by Matania

Please, Mr Policeman, where is Father Christmas by Matania
In the centre of London, close to Piccadilly Circus, two children stop a policeman from directing traffic to ask him where Father Christmas is

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Circus 1956

Piccadilly Circus 1956
Piccadilly Circus street scene, with huge billboards advertising Bovril, Wrigleys and Craven A cigarettes amongst others

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: A map of Ladies and Gentlemans Clubs of London

A map of Ladies and Gentlemans Clubs of London
A map of Ladies and Gentlemans Clubs of the West End of London - Clubland. Date: circa 1910

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Circus, London

Piccadilly Circus, London Date: 1960s

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Ritz Hotel London

Ritz Hotel London
The exterior of the Ritz hotel, Piccadilly, London. Date: 1987

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Londons new amusement: Up and down the escalator

Londons new amusement: Up and down the escalator
Illustration from 1911 of the first escalators ever installed on the underground, between the District and the Piccadilly line platforms at Earls Court station

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Vesta Tilley / Piccadilly

Vesta Tilley / Piccadilly
VESTA TILLEY Music hall entertainer, best known for her male impersonations, singing Algy, the Piccadilly Johnny (with the little glass eye)

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: The neon lights of Piccadilly Circus at night, London

The neon lights of Piccadilly Circus at night, London Date: circa 1950s

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Lyons Corner House

Lyons Corner House
circa 1930: Lyons Corner House on junction of Coventry Street and Rupert Street in Piccadilly, London W1. (Photo by Sasha/Keystone/Getty Images)

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: London - Piccadilly Circus in the 1920s

London - Piccadilly Circus in the 1920s
London - Piccadilly Circus photographed in 1924. The Trocadero is showing Wanderer in the Wasteland - an American colour silent Western film directed by Irvin Willat and starring Jack Holt

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Colonel Stodare at the Egyptian Hall

Colonel Stodare at the Egyptian Hall
Colonel Stodare the liverpudlian ventriloquist and magician (1831 to 1866) performing using an Indian Basket at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly, London. Date: circa 1865

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Princess Elizabeth and corgis

Princess Elizabeth and corgis
Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) pictured at her childhood home of 145 Piccadilly playing with the familys corgis. Date: 1936

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: LONDON: PICCADILLY CIRCUS. View of Piccadilly Circus with the statue of Eros

LONDON: PICCADILLY CIRCUS. View of Piccadilly Circus with the statue of Eros, Angel of Christian Charity, London, England

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: UK, London, Piccadilly Circus, Eros Statue

UK, London, Piccadilly Circus, Eros Statue

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly / Eros 1950S

Piccadilly / Eros 1950S
The famous statue of Eros in the middle of Piccadilly Circus

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Underground Railway Station, London, England. Date: 1913

Piccadilly Underground Railway Station, London, England. Date: 1913

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Plaza Hotel

Piccadilly Plaza Hotel
The modern Piccadilly Plaza Hotel, Manchester, England, which was built in 1965. Date: 1960s

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Manchester Piccadilly

Manchester Piccadilly, central Manchester, England. Date: 1960s

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Regent Palace Hotel Kitchens, London

Regent Palace Hotel Kitchens, London
Regent Palace Hotel Kitchens, Piccadilly, London - The Brigade in action. The Hotel opened in 1915 and closed in 2006. Over 50 people can be seen working in the kitchen in this shot

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Railway Station, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Piccadilly Railway Station, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Piccadilly, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Aldwych Tube Station

Aldwych Tube Station
The exterior of ALDWYCH STATION, on the Piccadilly Line, faced with the distinctive red ceramic tiles employed at the time

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus and the Statue of Eros, London. The street scene is dominated by advertising hoardings and illuminations for Gordons Gin, Wrigleys Chewing Gum and others

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Circus 1930S

Piccadilly Circus 1930S
The Statue of Eros, Piccadilly Circus, London, England

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Egyptian Hall

Egyptian Hall

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Manchester, England - Piccadilly Gardens

Manchester, England - Piccadilly Gardens
Manchester, England - the busy Piccadilly Street and Piccadilly Gardens showing shop fronts, cars, and businesses. circa 1910s

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Lots Road Power Station, Chelsea, London

Lots Road Power Station, Chelsea, London
The Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway (GNP&BR) Power House (Lots Road Power Station), Chelsea, London. Built to power the newly created Piccadilly underground line

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Mapleton Hotel, Coventry Street, London

Mapleton Hotel, Coventry Street, London
Mapleton Hotel and restaurant, Coventry Street in central London just along from Piccadilly Circus. A lorry with milk churns is in the foreground

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Bee Jackson dancing the charleston

Bee Jackson dancing the charleston
Dancer Bee Jackson demonstrating the Charleston which she was performing at the Piccadilly Revels cabaret at the Piccadilly Hotel after making a name for herself in America

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Statue of Eros

Statue of Eros
The famous statue of the Greek god of love, Eros, Piccadilly Circus, London, was sculpted by Alfred Gilbert in 1893. It was originally called the Shaftesbury Monument. Date: 1893

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Princes Restaurant, London

Princes Restaurant, London
The interior of the Princes Restaurant, Piccadilly, London, 1920s Date: 1910-1920

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Circus 1950S

Piccadilly Circus 1950S
Piccadilly Circus street scene, with huge billboards advertising Bovril, Wrigleys and Craven A cigarettes amongst others

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Piccadilly Circus 1969

Piccadilly Circus 1969
Young people hang around the Eros statue in Piccadilly Circus

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Manchester / Piccadilly

Manchester / Piccadilly
Manchester Piccadilly from the Royal Hotel

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Restaurant Maxim, 30 Wardour Street, Soho, London

Restaurant Maxim, 30 Wardour Street, Soho, London
circa 1910s

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Queens Bargemaster and Watermen in Queen Victoria s

Queens Bargemaster and Watermen in Queen Victoria s
The Queens Bargemaster of the Royal Household and 48 Watermen in Queen Victorias coronation parade. Handcoloured aquatint engraving from Fores Correct Representation of the State Procession

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: The Lyceum Club, 1908

The Lyceum Club, 1908
The Lyceum Club, formed in 1903 for the purpose of bringing together the cultured women of the world for mutual knowledge and understanding, for the furtherance of their intellectual interests

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Peggy Lee, Pigalle Club, Piccadilly, St Jamess, London, 1961. Creator: Brian Foskett

Peggy Lee, Pigalle Club, Piccadilly, St Jamess, London, 1961. Creator: Brian Foskett
Peggy Lee, Pigalle Club, Piccadilly, St James s, London, 1961

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: England, London, Piccadilly, The Ritz Hotel

England, London, Piccadilly, The Ritz Hotel

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Great Northern and City (Electric) Railway - Finsbury Park

Great Northern and City (Electric) Railway - Finsbury Park
Great Northern and City (Electric) Railway (London Underground) - Finsbury Park - Platform Number 1. This line opened on 14th February 1904

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Tube stations transformed by G. H. Davis

Tube stations transformed by G. H. Davis
A Piccadilly Circus underground: tube stations transformed. The maze of London tubes: wonderful new junctions completed or in progress of construction. Date: 1927

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: Berkeley Hotel, Piccadilly, London

Berkeley Hotel, Piccadilly, London
Berkeley Hotel, on the corner of Piccadilly and Berkeley Street, London, with the entrance gates to Devonshire House in the foreground

Background imagePiccadilly Collection: If London were Venice, Piccadilly Circus

If London were Venice, Piccadilly Circus. A view of London if its streets were canals. c. 1900s



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"Piccadilly: A Timeless Tapestry of London's Charm" Step into the enchanting world by Night, where the vibrant energy of London comes alive. From the iconic Fortnum & Mason to the whimsical artwork of "Please, Mr Policeman, where is Father Christmas" by Matania, this bustling district never fails to captivate. The elegant Piccadilly Plaza Hotel stands tall amidst a sea of history and culture. As you explore its streets, discover a map revealing the hidden gems - Ladies and Gentlemen's Clubs that have shaped London's social scene for centuries. Transport yourself back in time to 1956 at Piccadilly Circus, where dazzling neon lights illuminate the night sky. The allure continues with Vesta Tilley gracing the stage at Piccadilly Theatre while echoes of laughter resonate from Wodehouse's timeless tales featuring Jeeves and Wooster. Immerse yourself in nostalgia as you stroll through Piccadilly Circus in the 1920s; witness its transformation over decades without losing an ounce of its charm. And just around the corner lies Ritz Hotel London – an epitome of luxury and refinement since time immemorial. But it is when darkness falls that Piccadilly truly shines. Behold the mesmerizing glow emanating from every corner as neon lights dance their nocturnal symphony at Piccadilly Circus – a sight that etches itself into your memory forever. Piccadilly: Where past meets present seamlessly; a tapestry woven with stories untold yet waiting to be discovered. Lose yourself in its allure and let this iconic district leave an indelible mark on your heart as you unravel its secrets one step at a time.