Black and White Photos of London From the Late 1970s..

These photographs were taken by Australian amateur photographer John Goodman. He made two trips to the United Kingdom in the mid-seventies. During his “raw early 20s”, Goodman pursued his interests in microscopy, photography and industrial archaeology. He was a member of the Quekett Microscopical Club in London. Goodman now resides in Melbourne, Australia. He mostly used Leica and film, or digital cameras with old Leitz lenses. Take a look through these beautiful pictures of London in the late 1970s taken by Goodman. For more photographs, visit Goodman’s wonderful Flickr site. St. Pancras, from Pentonville Road, 1976

 

 St. Pancras, 1976

 

Great Western Road, 1976

 

Snowfall, Colville Mews, Notting Hill, Winter 1976/77

 

Paddington Station, 1976

 

Paddington Station, 1976

 

Paddington Station, 1976

 

King’s Cross Station, c.1977

 

Looking Towards Finsbury Circus, from 77 London Wall, 1977

 

St. Stephen’s Gardens, London W2, 1977 Gasometer, St. Pancras, c.1977

 

Lion Hotel, North Road, Islington, London N7, 1977

 

Lamb Tavern, North Road, Islington, London N7, 1977

 

Islington, Market Road, c.1977

 

Islington, corner of Market Road and York Way, c.1977

 

Near St. Pancras, 1977

 

St. Pancras Station, c.1977

 

St. Pancras Station, c.1977

 

Caledonian Market site, 1977

 

Caledonian Market site, 1977

 

The Ebonite Tower, 1977

 

London Archaeology, near St. Pauls, 1977

 

 Hampstead Heath, Tumulus, 1977

 

Hampstead Heath, Tumulus, 1977

 

Hampstead Heath, 1977

 

Caledonian Road opposite Caledonian Estate, c.1977

 

Northdown Street, London N1, 1977

 

Quiet Sunday afternoon, St. Paul’s from Watling Street, 1977

 

Rear of one side of Powis Square, London W11, 1977/78

 

Citroen 2CV, Colville Terrace, Notting Hill, 1978

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