The 1980s in London was a decade of considerable change. Long established industries, street scenes, shops and ways of life were being swept away and the often divisive politics of the time were visible painted along the walls.
“London is not a museum. It is a cosmopolitan capital with a polyglot population. By all means, let’s make a pilgrimage to the monuments of the English-speaking world : Tower Bridge, the red double-deckers, Westminster Abbey, The Big Ben… there is also contemporary London, intensely active theater, international cuisine, political demonstrations, the latest in music, the punks and the peers and everything in between.”