A colour photograph of Fleet Street at five to two on a sunny Sunday afternoon in 1924...

Three autochromes of London from the Albert Kahn Archive. The two above and below were taken in 1924 and show Fleet Street (above) - at that time the centre of the British Newspaper industry - and the Pool of London (below).

The third image (below) was taken in 1913, and shows a soldier outside the Tower of London.

All pictures (c) Musee Albert-Kahn. For more of Albert Kahn’s images, see David Okuefuna’s “The Wonderful World of Albert Kahn“.