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Nicholsons store, Peel statue and St. Paul's Cathedral

Nicholsons store, Peel statue and St. Paul's Cathedral


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Nicholsons store, Peel statue and St. Paul's Cathedral

Nicholsons store, Peel statue and St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Victorian period

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© The Keasbury-Gordon Photograph Archive / Mary Evans

Nicholsons Pauls Peel


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This photograph, taken in the late Victorian era, showcases a breathtaking view of London's iconic landmarks: Nicholsons store, Peel statue, and St. Paul's Cathedral. The image transports us back in time, inviting us to explore the charm and allure of London during the Old and Edwardian eras. The photograph begins with the imposing figure of Sir Robert Peel, the renowned British Prime Minister and home secretary, standing proudly atop his horse on the pedestal in the foreground. Peel, known as the 'Savior of the Queen' and the 'Father of the Police Force,' is a symbol of strength and leadership, watching over the bustling city below. As our gaze shifts to the right, we are drawn to the magnificent St. Paul's Cathedral, its iconic dome dominating the London skyline. The cathedral, which dates back to the 17th century, is a testament to the architectural prowess and religious significance of the time. Its intricate design, with its ornate details and grandeur, is a sight to behold. In the background, the Nicholsons store, with its elegant facade and large glass windows, stands as a symbol of progress and modernity. The store, which was a popular shopping destination during the Victorian and Edwardian eras, is a stark contrast to the ancient beauty of the Peel statue and St. Paul's Cathedral, highlighting the juxtaposition of old and new in this vibrant and ever-evolving city. This photograph, from The Keasbury-Gordon Photograph Archive Collection at Mary Evans Prints Online, offers a glimpse into the rich history and cultural significance of London during the Victorian and Edwardian periods. It is a beautiful reminder of a time when tradition and innovation coexisted, shaping the city we know today.

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