- Tim Brown
15th June 2024
London has seen huge changes from the 1980s. Massive infrastructure projects such as Crossrail/the Elizabeth Line have transformed the cityscape in many parts of the capital, areas such as Kings Cross have been rebuilt and much of the City of London rebuilt and the Docklands area regenerated. The everyday street scenes have also changed over these decades, transport modernised, shops disappeared or redesigned, other buildings repurposed or demolished, and new areas becoming fashionable.
Lost London presents a portrait of London since the 1980s to recent years that has radically changed or disappeared today, showing not only industries and buildings that have gone but also people and street scenes, many popular places of entertainment and much more. This fascinating photographic history of lost London will appeal to all those who live in London or know it well, as well as those who remember it from previous decades.