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The Palace Theatre, located on Shaftesbury Ave., is still standing strong, as seen both in 1890 and current day. (Getty Images/Wiki)
(Getty Images/Wiki)
The Palace Theatre, located on Shaftesbury Ave., is still standing strong as seen in 1890 and current-day. (Getty Images/Wiki)

BBC AMERICA’s Ripper Street kicks off tonight (April 29), and we can’t wait to take a step back into Victorian London with Matthew Macfadyen, Adam Rothenberg, and Jerome Flynn. Watching the stories unfold in 1890s London makes us wonder: What spots are still around, and what’s changed?

The Hulton Archive Collection allows us a glimpse at actual snaps taken in 1890. We’ve matched up 10 vintage images with photos of present-day London in the Anglo gallery here.

Let’s take a journey back to Victorian London by launching the Anglo photo gallery.

If you could travel back to any time in London, when would you land?

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By Brigid Brown