'Alderman's Walk, Bishopsgate Street', 1891. Artist: William Luker
'Alderman's Walk, Bishopsgate Street', 1891. Aldermans Walk is a street in the settlement of City of London which is within the electoral area of Bishopsgate Ward in the administration area of City. From London City: Its History - Streets - Traffic - Buildings - People by W. J. Loftie. [The Leadenhall Prefs, London, 1891]
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Street sign, Rue Ampere, Paris, France. Artist: Unknown
Street sign, Rue Ampere, Paris, France. Andre-Marie Ampere (1775-1836), French mathematician and physicist, established the laws and principles which related magnetism and electricity to each other. He was appointed Professor of Physics and Chemistry at Bourg in 1801 and Professor of Mathematics in the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris in 1809. He was celebrated for his contributions to electrodynamics. In 1881, the 'ampere' became the name for the unit of electrical current, replacing the 'weber'.
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