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Hatton garden in the nineteenth century

Image showing Hatton Garden in the nineteenth century


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  1. Change in London Metropolitan Archives evening opening
    Find out about the change in LMA's evening opening hours, from Monday 3 September 2018.
  2. Convicts in the exerceise yard at Newgate Prison, 1872 Criminal Lives, 1780-1925: Punishing Old Bailey Convicts
    The exhibition 'Criminal Lives, 1780-1925: Punishing Old Bailey Convicts', is now over.
  3. Image showing the Foundling Hospital Foundling Hospital Billet Books
    Find out about the changes to the Foundling Hospital billet books collection, and how they can be accessed
  4. Playbill from Willis's Pier Music Hall in Woolwich Life on the London Stage exhibition - the show's over
    Our 'Life on the London Stage' exhibition closed on 6 December 2017.
  5. Picturing Forgotten London - exhibition now open!
    Picturing Forgotten London uncovers London’s lost buildings, places that were once the toast of the capital or part of everyday life, left behind by generations of Londoners. Prints, photographs and maps bring together a surprising record of the city, from the 1500s to the twentieth century. From Columbia Market to the Devil’s Acre, riverside mansions to ragged schools, images created by a variety of artists will appear together for the first time to tell the story of a forgotten city.
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