London Shop Fronts

Just a short stroll through the city’s streets reveals some of the unusual shop names and architecture of London, the many layers of history and irony that are contained here. These photos have been added to the Flickr pool by a few photographers with an eye for detail. Reminds me of the Who’d a Thought It? Any interesting shop names near you?

A1 Fresh Meats Photo taken in Kilburn by SReed99342

FamishedPhoto taken in Kilburn by SReed99342

Long Established Gentlemens HairdresserPhoto by John Kortland

Not Romeo And Juliet Either ! Photo by John Kortland

Ministry of Waxing in Covent GardenPhoto taken in Covent Garden by GediUK

a place for posh dogs Photo taken in Camden by Dixon1919

And an interesting building in Bethnal Green. Anyone know what´s inside?

InterestingnessPhoto by The Photo School

4 comments on “London Shop Fronts

  1. That last interesting building — it’s off Hackney Road, if I remember right — is called the FAT House, according to a London architecture book called “Spectacular Vernacular.” The architect is Sean Griffiths, and he designed it to be his own home. FAT stands for Fashion, Architecture & Taste, the architecture firm where Griffiths is a director.

  2. Pingback: 9 More London Shop Front Photographs | Little London Observationist

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