London in 1900 - Places beginning with O

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  • Oaks Race

    Oaks Race (the) run on Epsom Downs in about the last week in May in... more »

  • Obelisk

    Obelisk (the) at the south end of Blackfriars Road stands in the centre of five... more »

  • Observatory Royal

    Observatory Royal (the), Greenwich. Founded in 1675. English astronomers make their calculations from the meridian... more »

  • Old Bailey

    Old Bailey Or Central Criminal Court, close to Newgate. Gives the name to the thorough.... more »

  • Old Bond Street

    Old Bond Street A street of very fashionable shops, etc. , leading out of Piccadilly.... more »

  • Old Jewry

    Old Jewry A street leading out of Cheapside. So called from having been in old... more »

  • Olympia

    Olympia A large building near Addison Road Station, used for equestrian and other entertainments.... more »

  • Omnibuses

    Omnibuses run to all parts of London and suburbs at very cheap fares, and the... more »

  • Opera

    Opera The Royal Italian Opera House is situated in Bow Street (covent Garden Theatre it... more »

  • Opera Comique Theatre

    Opera Comique Theatre is situated in the Strand, with an entrance from Holywell Street.... more »

  • Oratory

    Oratory (brompton) (roman Catholic). the interior is much admired; in the Lady Chapel is an... more »

  • Ormond Street

    Ormond Street (great) extends from Queen Square to Lamb's Conduit Street. Many celebrated people formerly... more »

  • Oval (the)

    Oval (the) Kennington. the home of the Surrey County Cricket Club, and where a good... more »

  • Oxford Street

    Oxford Street A splendid long street with good shops, leading from Holborn to Bayswater. Several... more »

  • Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race

    Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race is rowed annually, just before Easter, by chosen eights from... more »