London in the 1970s Through Fascinating Color Photos

The 1970s was the decade of rapid change; it was the time for rebels, sports, feminism, and protests. The era is known for being a time of culture and politics. The first Pride march of 1971 ended up in Trafalgar Square, the first Concorde flight to JFK airport left Heathrow in 1977, and people partied in the streets for the Notting Hill Carnival, Silver Jubilee, and Arsenal’s FA Cup win over Liverpool.

These fascinating photos were taken by hhschueller that show street scenes of London in the 1970s. 

Piccadilly Circus, London, April 1970

Piccadilly Circus, London, April 1970

 

Piccadilly Circus, London, April 1970

 

London Bus Route 9: AEC Routemaster, April 1970

 

Cutty Sark, London, July 1971

 

The Flask, 77 Highgate West Hill, Highgate, London, February 1974

 

Victoria Grosvenor Hotel, London, February 1974

 

Berwick Street, London, February 1976

 

Busker, Soho, London, February 1976

 

Carnaby Street, London, February 1976

 

Carnaby Street, London, February 1976

 

E. Katz & Co Ltd, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, February 1976

 

Gerrard Street, Chinatown, London, February 1976

 

Goulston Street, London, February 1976

 

Hatton Garden: The London Diamond Club, London, February 1976

 

Lisle Street, Chinatown, London, February 1976

 

Liverpool Street Station, London, February 1976

 

Liverpool Street Station, London, February 1976

 

Lombard Street, London, February 1976

 

Newman Arms, 23 Rathbone Street, London, February 1976

 

Oxford Street, London, February 1976

 

Petticoat Lane Market, London, February 1976

 

Piccadilly Circus, London, February 1976

 

Piccadilly Circus, London, February 1976

 

Piccadilly Circus, London, February 1976

 

Regent Street, London, February 1976

 

Regent Street, London, February 1976

 

Smithfield meat market, London, February 1976

 

Smithfield meat market, London, February 1976

 

Soho Market, London, February 1976

 

Soho Market, London, February 1976

 

Spitalfields Market, London, February 1976

 

Spitalfields Market, London, February 1976

 

6The Royal Exchange, London, February 1976

 

Wells Market, London, February 1976

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