Beautiful Black-and-White Photos of London in the Late 1970s

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These photographs were taken by Australian amateur photographer John Goodman. He made two trips to the United Kingdom in the mid-seventies. During his “raw early 20s”, Goodman pursued his interests in microscopy, photography and industrial archaeology. He was a member of the Quekett Microscopical Club in London. Goodman now resides in Melbourne, Australia.
He mostly used Leica and film, or digital cameras with old Leitz lenses. Take a look through these beautiful pictures of London in the late 1970s taken by Goodman. For more photographs, visit Goodman’s wonderful Flickr site.

St. Pancras, from Pentonville Road, 1976

St. Pancras, 1976

Great Western Road, 1976

Snowfall, Colville Mews, Notting Hill, Winter 1976/77

Paddington Station, 1976

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