We can't get enough of old pictures of London, and thanks to photographer Lee Butterley, we've uncovered these lovely snaps of our city from 1907. Back in 1996, Lee was given a box of negatives in a box labelled 'day trip views of London 1907', which his uncle had picked up at a flea market a few years before. But he'd pretty much forgotten about them until a few years ago when he got a swanky new camera and decided to try and re-create the photographs, which included pictures of Trafalgar Square, the Thames, St Paul’s and the Mansion House.
Despite being taken over 100 years apart, a lot of the sights look fairly unchanged – aside from the fact that there's now way more buildings and a lot less fancily-dressed people wandering round London.
See more snaps of London in 1907:
See more of Lee's photography on his blog.
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