Views of Regency London
London was the heart of Regency England, the delight of the Beau Monde, and the setting for many Regency romance novels.
Here, in vintage views, is the centre of the Regency universe--London
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TheBasin and Queen's Walk, Green Park Tottenham Court Road turnpike by Rowlandson, about 1800
from wellcomeimages.org
View of Lincoln's Inn Fields
View of Piccadilly View of the Mansion-House, Lombard-Street, and Cornhill Whitehall Yard
All illustrations above (except centre top black and white) are from Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 1810 and 1811 editions.
The Royal Exchange 1812
St. James Square, 1812
Banqueting House, Whitehall, 1816
Soho Square 1816
Queen's Square, Bloomsbury, 1812
The New Custom House 1816
Royal Stables in the Mews, Charing Cross, 1793
Custom House on the River Thames 1808
Queen's Palace 1809
Buckingham House 1819
Horse Guards
Blackfriars Bridge
Covent Garden
St. Luke's Lunatic Hospital
Charing Cross
St. James Palace
St. Martin's in the Fields
Ludgate Hill
St. Paul's Cathedral
Town Hall, Southwark
Westminster Abbey
Chinese Bridge and Pagoda in Hyde Park 1814 in celebration of the Peace at the end of the Napoleonic Wars.
London viewed from Greenwich
Stratford Place
The City viewed from Blackfriars Bridge