London in 1900 - Places beginning with I

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  • Imperial Institute

    Imperial Institute South Kensington, designed by T E Collcutt, was intended as a national memorial... more »

  • Indian Museum

    Indian Museum Forms part of the South Kensington, now the Victoria and Albert Museum.... more »

  • India Office

    India Office St. James's Square. from here the affairs of our Indian Empire are regulated... more »

  • Inland Revenue Office

    Inland Revenue Office Somerset House, Strand, is very large and has many branches in this... more »

  • Inns of Court

    Inns of Court Four in number, viz. , Inner Temple, Middle Temple, Lincoln's Inn, and... more »

  • Institute

    Institute (royal) Of Painters In Water Colours, Piccadilly Galleries, 191, Piccadilly. open from Easter to... more »

  • Institution of Civil Engineers

    Institution of Civil Engineers 25, Great George Street, Westminster, was incorporated in 1828... more »

  • Ironmongers Hall

    Ironmongers Hall is situated on the North side of Fenchuech Street, Opposite Mark Lane. Contains... more »

  • Isle of Dogs

    Isle of Dogs A dismal, swampy sort of place on the river, between Limehouse and... more »

  • Isleworth

    Isleworth Middlesex. on the left bank of the Thames. Distance from London, 15 miles by... more »

  • Islington

    Islington one of the large parishes, and for the future one of the many corporate... more »