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King William Street Collection

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Adelaide, from the Post Office Tower, 1901. Creator: Unknown

Adelaide, from the Post Office Tower, 1901. Creator: Unknown
Adelaide, from the Post Office Tower, 1901. Adelaides General Post Office, a colonial-era building on King William Street and Victoria Square, constructed 1867-1872

Background imageKing William Street Collection: King William Street looking south, Adelaide, Australia, 1895. Creator: York & Son

King William Street looking south, Adelaide, Australia, 1895. Creator: York & Son
King William Street looking south, Adelaide, Australia, 1895. On the left-hand side of the street is the clock tower of Adelaide Town Hall, completed in 1866

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Hachettes book shop on the corner of King William Street, London, 1930

Hachettes book shop on the corner of King William Street, London, 1930
Hachettes book shop on the corner of Adelaide Street and William IV Street, London, 1930. Georgian building with cylindrical corner section and Classical columns

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Demolition of old houses near Walbrook to make way for King William Street, City of London, 1834

Demolition of old houses near Walbrook to make way for King William Street, City of London, 1834

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Church of St Mary Woolnoth from the north, City of London, 1770

Church of St Mary Woolnoth from the north, City of London, 1770

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, 1840. Artist: John Woods

Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, 1840. Artist: John Woods
Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, 1840. View of St Mary Woolnoths west end and King William Street on the right, with the Monument in the distance

Background imageKing William Street Collection: North-west view of the Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, 1812

North-west view of the Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, 1812. Outside the church are figures, including a man carrying a sack

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, 1838. Artist: John Le Keux

Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, 1838. Artist: John Le Keux
Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, 1838. View of St Mary Woolnoths west end and King William Street on the right, with the Monument in the distance

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Plan of proposals for King William Street, City of London, 1832. Artist: Blades

Plan of proposals for King William Street, City of London, 1832. Artist: Blades
Plan of proposals for King William Street, City of London, 1832. Showing the streets relationship with the surrounding area. Also incorporating four views of how it would appear

Background imageKing William Street Collection: View to the south at the west end of King William Street, City of London, 1850. Artist

View to the south at the west end of King William Street, City of London, 1850. Artist
View to the south at the west end of King William Street, City of London, 1850. With the Monument in the left foreground

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Statue of King William IV at the London Bridge end of King William Street, City of London, 1860

Statue of King William IV at the London Bridge end of King William Street, City of London, 1860

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Cornhill, Lombard Street and King William Street, looking east, City of London, 1837

Cornhill, Lombard Street and King William Street, looking east, City of London, 1837. Just visible on the left is the Bank of England

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Monument, London, c1850. Artist: J Hopkins

Monument, London, c1850. Artist: J Hopkins
View of the Monument, King William Street, London, c1850; with figures, cart, carriages and omnibus

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London, (1840?) Artist: Henry Wallis

Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London, (1840?) Artist: Henry Wallis
View of the Bank of England, Royal Exchange, Cornhill and King William Street, London, 1840(?); with a street scene and horse drawn carriages. Also showing a proposed statue of the Duke of Wellington

Background imageKing William Street Collection: King William Street, London, 1830. Artist: George Scharf

King William Street, London, 1830. Artist: George Scharf
View of the northern approach to London Bridge showing the site of the new King William Street, with building works in progress

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Electric Railway Station (City and South London), King William Street, 1891. Artist: William Luker

Electric Railway Station (City and South London), King William Street, 1891. Artist: William Luker
Electric Railway Station (City and South London), King William Street, 1891. King William Street is a street in the City of London, the historic nucleus and modern financial centre of London

Background imageKing William Street Collection: Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, c1910 (1911). Artist: Pictorial Agency

Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, c1910 (1911). Artist: Pictorial Agency
Church of St Mary Woolnoth, City of London, c1910 (1911). St Mary Woolnoth is an Anglican church in the City of London, located on the corner of Lombard Street and King William Street

Background imageKing William Street Collection: King William Street, London

King William Street, London

Background imageKing William Street Collection: King William Street and St Mary Woolnoth, London, 19th century. Artist: J Woods

King William Street and St Mary Woolnoth, London, 19th century. Artist: J Woods
King William Street and St Mary Woolnoth, London, 19th century. The Baroque church of St Mary Woolnoth, designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, dates from 1716-1727


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