London in 1900 - Places beginning with H

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  • Haber Dashers Hall

    Haber Dashers Hall 33 Gresham Street, behind General Post Office. contains portraits of eminent Haberdashers.... more »

  • Hackney

    Hackney A suburb of London, includes Upper and Lower Clapton; is said to have given... more »

  • Hambleden

    Hambleden In Bucks on left bank of the Thames, about 62 miles from London by... more »

  • Hammersmith

    Hammersmith A suburb of London, on the banks of the Thames.... more »

  • Hampstead Heath

    Hampstead Heath A stretch of real country within easy reach of the heart of London,... more »

  • Hampton Court Palace

    Hampton Court Palace This splendid Palace was built by Cardinal Wolsey in 1515, and afterwards... more »

  • Hanwell

    Hanwell A village about 7 miles by rail from London. It has a large lunatic... more »

  • Harrow

    Harrow (on The Hill) Noted for its great School, competing with Eton amongst the highest... more »

  • Hastings and St Leonards

    Hastings and St Leonards A beautiful watering place, or combined watering place, with a mild... more »

  • Hatton Garden

    Hatton Garden is a street leading from Holborn Circus; so called from being built on... more »

  • Haymarket

    Haymarket (the), a street leading from Pall Mall, is noted as being the Centre of... more »

  • Hendon

    Hendon About 7 miles from London, near Finchley. Here is situated the "welsh Harp," a... more »

  • Henley Royal Regatta

    Henley Royal Regatta This favourite event takes place usually about the beginning of July. The... more »

  • Heralds College of Arms

    Heralds College of Arms is in Queen Victoria Street, City. contains many objects of interest... more »

  • Herne Hill

    Herne Hill A suburb of London; distance 4 miles by rail from Victoria Station.... more »

  • Hertford

    Hertford An interesting old town near London, situated on south bank of River Lea. Contains... more »

  • High Barnet

    High Barnet is about is 11 miles from London by rail. At Hadley, near here,... more »

  • Highgate

    Highgate One of the Northern Heights of London; still retains much of its old. world... more »

  • Holborn

    Holborn a continuation of Oxford Street, towards the City, being situated on high ground, with... more »

  • Houndsditch

    Houndsditch The quarter for old clothes and second. hand dealers, principally Jewish.... more »

  • Hounslow

    Hounslow A town about 53 miles from Charing Cross Station. hounslow Heath was the site... more »

  • Holborn Circus

    Holborn Circus is situated between Holborn Viaduct and Holborn; in the centre is a statue... more »

  • Holborn Viaduct

    Holborn Viaduct connects Holborn with Newgate Street; was built across the Fleet Valley to get... more »

  • Holloway

    Holloway A large suburban district between Highbury and Highgate, the Holloway Road ending at tile... more »

  • Holloway College

    Holloway College (the Royal). founded in 1883 by the late Mr. Thomas Holloway, proprietor of... more »

  • Holywell Street

    Holywell Street Strand. a narrow side street, chiefly occupied by second. hand booksellers; it is... more »

  • Home Office

    Home Office Part of the Public Offices designed by Sir Gilbert Scott in Whitehall, erected... more »

  • Honourable Artillery Company

    Honourable Artillery Company have their extensive Armoury and Parade. ground near Bunhill Fields, the corps... more »

  • Horse Guards

    Horse Guards Whitehall. has Life. guardsmen as sentinels during the day in the two sentry... more »

  • Horselydown

    Horselydown Southwark. Extends from Tooley Street to Dockhead. Was so called from being formerly used... more »

  • Horticultural Society

    Horticultural Society (royal). The Gardens are at South Kensington and Chiswick. Members' Tickets, I, 2... more »

  • Hospitals

    Hospitals London abounds with these and kindred institutions for the relief of poor people. The... more »

  • Houses of Parliament

    Houses of Parliament (the), Westminster. one of the finest and largest Public Buildings in London,... more »

  • Hoxton

    Hoxton A populous suburb adjoining Shoreditch. It has a large theatre called the Britannia.... more »

  • Hyde Park

    Hyde Park This is by far the most favourite and fashionable park in London. With... more »