Old Curiosity Shop, Portsmouth Street, Westminster, London An exterior view of the Old Curosity Shop as immortalised by Charles Dickens in ‘Little Nell’. It was built in Photographer : York and Son. Date taken : 1870 - 1900
June The towers of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge got their first coat of paint in six years. The painters could work only in the daytime, during dry weather with low winds. Photo: Ernie Sisto/The New York Times (Holy cow! He's got no harness!
cis construction workers, circa isn’t much that needs to be said here; the perilous position of every man in this shot, along the arm of the crane is a picture so far removed from contemporary construction it is almost unbelievable.
I love the study of Ancient Roman architecture, art, history and the incredible society they built. The Romans used a sauce from dead fish guts to season their food. It is akin to today's Worcester sauce. Who knew?